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18890928Saturday, September 28th,1889066816681View PageUnderground city, or, The child of the cavern.Underground city, or, The child of the cavern.Verne, Jules, 1828-1905.108108
18890928Saturday, September 28th,1889066906690View PageThe tour of the world in eighty days.The tour of the world in eighty days.Verne, Jules, 1828-1905.04343
18981110Thursday, November 10th,18981096510965View PageSt. Ives : being the adventures of a French prisoner in England.St. Ives : being the adventures of a French prisoner in England.Stevenson, Robert Louis, 1850-1894.07171
18981110Thursday, November 10th,18981104711047View PageThe pathfinder.The pathfinder.Cooper, James Fenimore, 1789-1851.04848
18981110Thursday, November 10th,18981106111061View PageThrough Russian snows : a story of Napoleon's retreat from Moscow.Through Russian snows : a story of Napoleon's retreat from Moscow.Henty, G. A. (George Alfred), 1832-1902.102102
18960122Wednesday, January 22nd,1896096069606View PageA boy of the First Empire.A boy of the First Empire.Brooks, Elbridge Streeter, 1846-1902.06767
18781228Saturday, December 28th,1878032903290View PageDick Sand; or, a captain at fifteen.Dick Sand; or, a captain at fifteen.Verne, Jules, 1828-1905.0000
18770205Monday, February 5th,1877025372537View PageThe blockade runners.The blockade runners.Verne, Jules, 1828-1905.0000
18781228Saturday, December 28th,1878032983298View PageThe stone-mason of Saint Point.The stone-mason of Saint Point.Lamartine, Alphonse de, 1790-1869.0011
18960204Tuesday, February 4th,1896096679667View PageThe last of the Mohicans : a narrative of 1757.The last of the Mohicans : a narrative of 1757.Cooper, James Fenimore, 1789-1851.05858
18990809Wednesday, August 9th,18991130711307View PageThe span o' life : a tale of Louisbourg & Quebec.The span o' life : a tale of Louisbourg & Quebec.McLennan, William, 1856-1904.0022
19000126Friday, January 26th,19001142711427View PageWith Wolfe in Canada : or, The winning of a continent.With Wolfe in Canada : or, The winning of a continent.Henty, G. A. (George Alfred), 1832-1902.01010
18750527Thursday, May 27th,1875019851985View PageThe notary's nose.The notary's nose.About, Edmond, 1828-1885.0044
18750313Saturday, March 13th,187500698698View PageThe deerslayer, or, The first war-path : a tale.The deerslayer, or, The first war-path : a tale.Cooper, James Fenimore, 1789-1851.01010
19000316Friday, March 16th,19001155011550View PageThe hunchback of Notre Dame.The hunchback of Notre Dame.Hugo, Victor, 1802-1885.03131
18750313Saturday, March 13th,187500785785View PageThe conscript : a story of the French war of 1813.The conscript : a story of the French war of 1813.Erckmann, Emile, 1822-1899.0044
18960409Thursday, April 9th,1896097979797View PageThe ironmaster; or, Love and pride.The ironmaster; or, Love and pride.Ohnet, Georges, 1848-1918.03333
18770519Saturday, May 19th,1877026882688View PageDr. Ox's experiment : and other stories.Dr. Ox's experiment : and other stories.Verne, Jules, 1828-1905.0000
18960413Monday, April 13th,1896098249824View PageConsuelo ... Translated ... by Fayette Robinson.Consuelo ... Translated ... by Fayette Robinson.Dudevant, Amantine Lucile Aurore Dupin, 1804-1876.03434
18750313Saturday, March 13th,187500920920View PageGenevieve : or, The history of a servant girl.Genevieve : or, The history of a servant girl.Lamartine, Alphonse de, 1790-1869.0011
19000604Monday, June 4th,19001182211822View PageAt Aboukir and Acre ; a story of Napoleon's invasion of Egypt.At Aboukir and Acre ; a story of Napoleon's invasion of Egypt.Henty, G. A. (George Alfred), 1832-1902.03030
19000622Friday, June 22nd,19001185711857View PageEzra Jordan's escape from the massacre at Fort Loyall.Ezra Jordan's escape from the massacre at Fort Loyall.Otis, James, 1848-1912.02121
18750313Saturday, March 13th,187500976976View PageTypee : a peep at Polynesian life during a four months residence in a valley of the Marquesas.Typee : a peep at Polynesian life during a four months residence in a valley of the Marquesas.Melville, Herman, 1819-1891.0055
19000720Friday, July 20th,19001192511925View PageRoman life in Pliny's time.Roman life in Pliny's time.Pellisson, Maurice, 1850-1915.0011
18940821Tuesday, August 21st,1894090519051View PageThe Abbé Constantin.The Abbé Constantin.Hale y, Ludovic, 1834-1908.04444
18940912Wednesday, September 12th,1894090959095View PageThe gallant lords of Bois-Doré.The gallant lords of Bois-Doré.Dudevant, Amantine Lucile Aurore Dupin, 1804-1876.02020
18940912Wednesday, September 12th,1894090969096View PageThe gallant lords of Bois-Doré.The gallant lords of Bois-Doré.Dudevant, Amantine Lucile Aurore Dupin, 1804-1876.01515
18940912Wednesday, September 12th,1894090979097View PageMy uncle and my curé.My uncle and my curé.La Bre e, Jean de, 1854-1945.02626
19010729Monday, July 29th,19011301413014View PageA soldier of Manhattan, and his adventures at Ticonderoga and QuebecA soldier of Manhattan, and his adventures at Ticonderoga and QuebecAltsheler, Joseph A. (Joseph Alexander), 1862-1919.03434
19011118Monday, November 18th,19011306913069View PageThrough Russian snows : a story of Napoleon's retreat from MoscowThrough Russian snows : a story of Napoleon's retreat from MoscowHenty, G. A. (George Alfred), 1832-1902.01616
18970201Monday, February 1st,18971012910129View PageThe steel hammer : a novel.The steel hammer : a novel.Ulbach, Louis.01313
18970201Monday, February 1st,18971013410134View PageFor fifteen years : a sequel to The steel hammer.For fifteen years : a sequel to The steel hammer.Ulbach, Louis.0088
18980908Thursday, September 8th,18981084710847View PageStories by foreign authors.Stories by foreign authors.01111
18980908Thursday, September 8th,18981085010850View PageStories by foreign authors.Stories by foreign authors.0055
18980908Thursday, September 8th,18981085110851View PageStories by foreign authors.Stories by foreign authors.0088
19020805Tuesday, August 5th,19021359813598View PageThe Count of Monte-Cristo, or The reprisal of Edmund Dantes.The Count of Monte-Cristo, or The reprisal of Edmund Dantes.Dumas, Alexandre, 1802-1870.0066
18930222Wednesday, February 22nd,1893086258625View PageThe deerslayer, or, The first war-path : a tale.The deerslayer, or, The first war-path : a tale.Cooper, James Fenimore, 1789-1851.0000
18930222Wednesday, February 22nd,1893086348634View PageThe pathfinder; or, The inland sea.The pathfinder; or, The inland sea.Cooper, James Fenimore, 1789-1851.01313
18770803Friday, August 3rd,1877030733073View PageLa princesse Oghe of.La princesse Oghe of.Gre ille, Henry, 1842-1902.0000
18780118Friday, January 18th,1878031113111View PageThe deerslayer : or, the first war-path.The deerslayer : or, the first war-path.Cooper, James Fenimore, 1789-1851.0000
18780118Friday, January 18th,1878031123112View PageThe last of the Mohicans, a narrative of 1757.The last of the Mohicans, a narrative of 1757.Cooper, James Fenimore, 1789-1851.0000
18780118Friday, January 18th,1878031133113View PageThe pathfinder : or, the inland sea.The pathfinder : or, the inland sea.Cooper, James Fenimore, 1789-1851.0000
18970812Thursday, August 12th,18971029510295View PageThe seats of the mighty : being the memoirs of Captain Robert Moray, sometime an officer in the Virginia regiment, and afterwards of Amherst's regiment.The seats of the mighty : being the memoirs of Captain Robert Moray, sometime an officer in the Virginia regiment, and afterwards of Amherst's regiment.Parker, Gilbert, 1862-1932.111111
18970812Thursday, August 12th,18971031610316View PageLes miserables.Les miserables.Hugo, Victor, 1802-1885.09999

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45904590View Page18941026Friday, October 26th, 1894Charlie DyeCharlie Dye1210 E. Main St.
0365365View Page18760309Thursday, March 9th, 1876Sue S. MongSue S. MongMuncie
12671267View Page18790726Saturday, July 26th, 1879Sarah J. MongSarah J. MongCor Liberty & Adams
24522452View Page18880128Saturday, January 28th, 1888Omer MitchellOmer MitchellSouth Walnut
27472747View Page18901206Saturday, December 6th, 1890Will SwanWill Swan
44044404View Page18940227Tuesday, February 27th, 1894Blaine SmithBlaine Smith1209 E Adams St
44294429View Page18940317Saturday, March 17th, 1894Vida StacyVida Stacy108 S. Madison
25872587View Page18891129Friday, November 29th, 1889Miss. Bertha HusseyMiss. Bertha Hussey407 S. Franklin
28182818View Page18910307Saturday, March 7th, 1891Gertrude HagadornGertrude Hagadornnot entered
26102610View Page18900213Thursday, February 13th, 1890Mrs. J. E. DurhamMrs. J. E. Durham516 East Washington
43704370View Page18940209Friday, February 9th, 1894Mary KinertMary Kinert924. E. Main
45304530View Page18940728Saturday, July 28th, 1894I. N. TrentI. N. Trent424 E. Charles St.
41024102View Page18921219Monday, December 19th, 1892Nellie JensenNellie Jensen1207 E Jackson
18971897View Page18820311Saturday, March 11th, 1882Ada ShuttleworthAda ShuttleworthEast Washington
43144314View Page18940106Saturday, January 6th, 1894Edna SmithEdna Smith602. E. Charles
44954495View Page18940621Thursday, June 21st, 1894Mr. A. WilliamsMr. A. Williams115 N Monroe
45084508View Page18940709Monday, July 9th, 1894Everett BoorEverett Boor217 W Gilbert
27192719View Page18901106Thursday, November 6th, 1890Ralph GromannRalph Gromann211 E Washington
45544554View Page18940915Saturday, September 15th, 1894Theo A. HoughTheo A. Hough313 S. Franklin
41734173View Page18930218Saturday, February 18th, 1893Jimmy RossJimmy Ross206 Wysor St
27652765View Page18910105Monday, January 5th, 1891Charlie Kougel Jr.Charlie Kougel Jr.Not listed
0194194View Page18750806Friday, August 6th, 1875Ell WintonEll WintonNot listed
41034103View Page18921221Wednesday, December 21st, 1892Clark MunnClark Munn412 Liberty
0102102View Page18750612Saturday, June 12th, 1875Carrie AndrewsCarrie Andrews282 High St
41084108View Page18921230Friday, December 30th, 1892Mrs. F G BrownellMrs. F G Brownell710 E Main
16251625View Page18810202Wednesday, February 2nd, 1881Linnie MarshLinnie MarshCor Douglas & Liberty
30963096View Page18920924Saturday, September 24th, 1892Mrs. Wm. F. GillMrs. Wm. F. Gill613 West Charles
42034203View Page18930309Thursday, March 9th, 1893Mrs. A. J. WilliamsMrs. A. J. Williams819 E Adams St
0172172View Page18750723Friday, July 23rd, 1875W. W. OrrW. W. OrrMain St
0699699View Page18770508Tuesday, May 8th, 1877Zulena WilcoxonZulena Wilcoxon94 High & Dumont
11031103View Page18781030Wednesday, October 30th, 1878A. J. PhinneyA. J. PhinneyCor. Main + Mulberry
11881188View Page18790224Monday, February 24th, 1879Burt BradburyBurt BradburyEast Jackson
12061206View Page18790324Monday, March 24th, 1879Jeannie BradburyJeannie BradburyEast Jackson
18381838View Page18811112Saturday, November 12th, 1881Elsie BishopElsie BishopWest Jackson
30623062View Page18920528Saturday, May 28th, 1892Inez BanksInez Banks323 W Willard
30373037View Page18920430Saturday, April 30th, 1892Mrs. C. H. ChurchMrs. C. H. Church904. 15th
28972897View Page18911114Saturday, November 14th, 1891Mr. Moses CohenMr. Moses Cohen613. W. Jackson
41994199View Page18930307Tuesday, March 7th, 1893Howard DudleyHoward DudleyWhitely
42994299View Page18930819Saturday, August 19th, 1893Mrs. M. H. GableMrs. M. H. Gable304 Wysor
43574357View Page18940203Saturday, February 3rd, 1894Mina GuthrieMina Guthrie1224 E Adams St.
44564456View Page18940502Wednesday, May 2nd, 1894Frank R. HulettFrank R. Hulett220 North Walnut
28812881View Page18911021Wednesday, October 21st, 1891Harry HartleyHarry Hartley335 E Adams
29502950View Page18920109Saturday, January 9th, 1892Herbert JohnstonHerbert Johnston231 Vine St.
30023002View Page18920312Saturday, March 12th, 1892Campbell KeirsteadCampbell Keirstead902. E. Main
30393039View Page18920430Saturday, April 30th, 1892Lizzie KusickLizzie Kusick244 Kilgore
28782878View Page18911020Tuesday, October 20th, 1891Clyde LeagerClyde Leager707 E Jackson
40604060View Page18921116Wednesday, November 16th, 1892Mrs. C. TynerMrs. C. Tyner509 E Adams
42914291View Page18930727Thursday, July 27th, 1893Earl LockwoodEarl Lockwood115 S. Liberty
29232923View Page18911007Wednesday, October 7th, 1891Arther McKinleyArther McKinleyDinner St.
43164316View Page18940110Wednesday, January 10th, 1894Mrs. Mary LeonardMrs. Mary Leonard1203 Kirby Ave.
45504550View Page18940906Thursday, September 6th, 1894Harry MillerHarry Miller115 1/2 Lorph Blvd.
45574557View Page18940917Monday, September 17th, 1894Nettie LeonNettie Leon421 S. Walnut St.
46104610View Page18941110Saturday, November 10th, 1894Nellie PerkinsNellie Perkins522 E. Jackson
45844584View Page18941019Friday, October 19th, 1894Ida PhillipsIda Phillips904 E Main
46184618View Page18941114Wednesday, November 14th, 1894H. H. IceH. H. Ice916 E Main
24402440View Page18871112Saturday, November 12th, 1887Della SampleDella SampleCor Mulberry + Howard
43184318View Page18940111Thursday, January 11th, 1894Myrtie L. ShoemakerMyrtie L. Shoemaker214 N. Vine
43344334View Page18940120Saturday, January 20th, 1894Clara ShuttleworthClara ShuttleworthMerryweather Ave.
0383383View Page18760412Wednesday, April 12th, 1876Ellen E. SmithEllen E. SmithAdams St.
44444444View Page18940412Thursday, April 12th, 1894Austia SpenceAustia SpenceCor Michigan + Perkins
42744274View Page18930630Friday, June 30th, 1893Mae ThomasMae ThomasNorth Monroe St.
44154415View Page18940307Wednesday, March 7th, 1894Harry WardHarry Ward608 E Jackson St
16361636View Page18810203Thursday, February 3rd, 1881Mamie WilsonMamie WilsonWillow St.
29152915View Page18910829Saturday, August 29th, 1891Mrs. Thomas WinsorMrs. Thomas Winsor506 W. Adams
30013001View Page18920312Saturday, March 12th, 1892Clara YoungmanClara YoungmanNot entered
49404940View Page18990103Tuesday, January 3rd, 1899Mrs. Kate A SouderMrs. Kate A Souder215 s Monroe St.
49444944View Page18990106Friday, January 6th, 1899Geo D VanSlykeGeo D VanSlyke710 s Monroe St [crsd out] 1203 s High St.
49574957View Page18990113Friday, January 13th, 1899Mrs. M B KeeganMrs. M B Keegan419 e Gilbert
49584958View Page18990114Saturday, January 14th, 1899Mrs. Perry StrongMrs. Perry Strong216 W Howard
49624962View Page18990116Monday, January 16th, 1899Mrs. Frank MockMrs. Frank Mock428 E Charles
50025002View Page18990209Thursday, February 9th, 1899C A McGonagleC A McGonagle609 W Jackson
49654965View Page18990118Wednesday, January 18th, 1899Mrs. Lola FranklinMrs. Lola Franklin416 e Main
49684968View Page18990119Thursday, January 19th, 1899Mrs. Bertha GilliamMrs. Bertha Gilliam1 Boycetown
49694969View Page18990119Thursday, January 19th, 1899Mrs. Carrie MillerMrs. Carrie Miller520 West Adams
49754975View Page18990121Saturday, January 21st, 1899Willie LangstonWillie Langston500 s Grant
49834983View Page18990128Saturday, January 28th, 1899C H C BlueC H C Bluecor Pauline and Jarret, Riverside
49854985View Page18990128Saturday, January 28th, 1899Nellie PennyNellie PennyElliott St
49914991View Page18990203Friday, February 3rd, 1899Warren HutsellWarren Hutsell1311 E Willard
49974997View Page18990204Saturday, February 4th, 1899John ClancyJohn Clancy1120 Brotherton St
007878View Page18750605Saturday, June 5th, 1875Kate WilsonKate WilsonWashington St.
009999View Page18750610Thursday, June 10th, 1875Anna E. MaddyAnna E. MaddyWashington
0367367View Page18760311Saturday, March 11th, 1876Allie EmersonAllie Emerson303 East Jackson
0711711View Page18770509Wednesday, May 9th, 1877Lotta LudlowLotta Ludlow600 South Jefferson
0957957View Page18780112Saturday, January 12th, 1878Mary J. LuickMary J. LuickCor Charles & Franklin
14641464View Page18801022Friday, October 22nd, 1880Kate KesslerKate KesslerWest Main St
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
50805080View Page18990517Wednesday, May 17th, 1899Mrs. T. S. TredwellMrs. T. S. Tredwell702 Jarret St
51005100View Page18990628Wednesday, June 28th, 1899Elijah WardElijah Ward1311 w 7th
50685068View Page18990422Saturday, April 22nd, 1899Annie McDonaldAnnie McDonald1310 E Main
51255125View Page18990801Tuesday, August 1st, 1899Mrs. B. F. GribbenMrs. B. F. GribbenCor Howard and Jefferson
00066View Page18750528Friday, May 28th, 1875Albert CarpenterAlbert CarpenterWashington
0175175View Page18750724Saturday, July 24th, 1875Frank EverettFrank EverettW. Jackson St.
0206206View Page18750818Wednesday, August 18th, 1875Flora L. JackFlora L. JackCorner Washington & Mulberry
006969View Page18750605Saturday, June 5th, 1875Sue H. MaddySue H. MaddyNo. 95 Washington Street
20802080View Page18830929Saturday, September 29th, 1883Mrs. S. P. WildmanMrs. S. P. WildmanEast Washington
21012101View Page18831117Saturday, November 17th, 1883Maggie GessellMaggie GessellEast Main
24102410View Page18870328Monday, March 28th, 1887Delbert SeldomridgeDelbert SeldomridgeEast Main
24782478View Page18880730Monday, July 30th, 1888Minnie PershingMinnie Pershingw Main
25782578View Page18891104Monday, November 4th, 1889Clarence LaceyClarence Laceye Gilbert St.
27072707View Page18901015Wednesday, October 15th, 1890Norwood CarnesNorwood Carness Kilgore Ave
27832783View Page18910123Friday, January 23rd, 1891Earl NuttingEarl Nutting315 w Adams
30793079View Page18920813Saturday, August 13th, 1892J. R. WickJ. R. WickCouncil St
31103110View Page18950129Tuesday, January 29th, 1895Wayman AdamsWayman Adams1314 e Adams
31623162View Page18950330Saturday, March 30th, 1895Charles CasterlineCharles Casterline508 e Main
32113211View Page18950706Saturday, July 6th, 1895Mrs. Aug. MaickMrs. Aug. Maick311 e Main St
33403340View Page18951231Tuesday, December 31st, 1895Loys SaxonLoys Saxon219 n Vine
33563356View Page18960111Saturday, January 11th, 1896Blanche WilliamsBlanche Williams310 North St.
33773377View Page18960128Tuesday, January 28th, 1896Robert BurtRobert Burt230 Vine St
33973397View Page18960218Tuesday, February 18th, 1896Fred E. GeorgiaFred E. Georgia425 w Charles
52135213View Page18991028Saturday, October 28th, 1899Fannie NelsonFannie Nelson1419 s Franklin
33253325View Page18951210Tuesday, December 10th, 1895I. B. SaxonI. B. Saxon219 n Vine
34683468View Page18960702Thursday, July 2nd, 1896Gertie FoormanGertie Foorman508 1/2 s Walnut
37193719View Page18970604Friday, June 4th, 1897Ernest NaftzgerErnest Naftzger217 s High
34253425View Page18960321Saturday, March 21st, 1896Mrs. E. SeldomridgeMrs. E. Seldomridge507 w Jackson
34323432View Page18960328Saturday, March 28th, 1896Pearl PerkinsPearl Perkins522 e Jackson
32353235View Page18950806Tuesday, August 6th, 1895Bertha E. SmithBertha E. Smith114 n Monroe St.
32423242View Page18950826Monday, August 26th, 1895Julia FowlerJulia Fowler703 w Adams
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.
34753475View Page18960717Friday, July 17th, 1896Rebekah DenslowRebekah Denslow406 e Gilbert
34943494View Page18960814Friday, August 14th, 1896Herbert HouzeHerbert Houze603 s Washington
35323532View Page18961017Saturday, October 17th, 1896Evelyn ParkerEvelyn Parker420 High St.
35573557View Page18961116Monday, November 16th, 1896Miss. Alice KoernerMiss. Alice Koerner321 e North St.
36433643View Page18970215Monday, February 15th, 1897Leroy WeaverLeroy Weavers Penn
36893689View Page18970417Saturday, April 17th, 1897Charles ReeceCharles Reece1330 Kirby Ave.
37403740View Page18970719Monday, July 19th, 1897Mrs. Leon HouzeMrs. Leon Houze414 Blaine St.
37563756View Page18970828Saturday, August 28th, 1897Mrs. John HarperMrs. John HarperBrotherton and 5th
37853785View Page18971015Friday, October 15th, 1897Louis T. HendricksLouis T. Hendricks307 e Jackson St
37883788View Page18971018Monday, October 18th, 1897Ralph JacksonRalph Jackson1015 e Charles
38033803View Page18971104Thursday, November 4th, 1897Mrs. Jennie StewartMrs. Jennie Stewart818 s Hackley
38233823View Page18971120Saturday, November 20th, 1897Iva BuckleyIva Buckley1519 s Monroe
38273827View Page18971121Sunday, November 21st, 1897Mrs. D. V. BowerMrs. D. V. Bower309 1/2 e Main
38283828View Page18971121Sunday, November 21st, 1897Rex SmithRex Smith514 w Main
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
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
39583958View Page18980316Wednesday, March 16th, 1898Mrs. J. E. PiersonMrs. J. E. Pierson503 s Jefferson
39823982View Page18980422Friday, April 22nd, 1898Mary SpearMary SpearShipley St.
39943994View Page18980507Saturday, May 7th, 1898Addie HickmanAddie Hickman211 s Cherry St.
39983998View Page18980512Thursday, May 12th, 1898Emma WallingEmma Walling803 n Adams
40144014View Page18921011Tuesday, October 11th, 1892E. R. TemplerE. R. Templer214 W. Jackson
42424242View Page18930513Saturday, May 13th, 1893Mrs. Dora MitchellMrs. Dora Mitchell613 e 3rd St.
40554055View Page18921112Saturday, November 12th, 1892Frank E. BurtFrank E. Burt230 n Vine
40894089View Page18921210Saturday, December 10th, 1892Mary BryantMary Bryant618 s Council
45244524View Page18940726Thursday, July 26th, 1894Wysor MarshWysor Marsh222 e Adams
45654565View Page18940928Friday, September 28th, 1894E. A. EdwardsE. A. Edwards314 S Jefferson
43804380View Page18940214Wednesday, February 14th, 1894Merril SkinnerMerril Skinner425 W. Adams
44744474View Page18940525Friday, May 25th, 1894John CramerJohn Cramer808 E Jackson
46344634View Page18941120Tuesday, November 20th, 1894Ella JeffersElla Jeffers715 E Jackson St.
47264726View Page18980519Thursday, May 19th, 1898Willie ConnerWillie Conner207 e Madison St.
47274727View Page18980519Thursday, May 19th, 1898Mrs. Martha HainesMrs. Martha Haines208 n Monroe
47414741View Page18980623Thursday, June 23rd, 1898Mrs. Alice MonroeMrs. Alice Monroe223 n High
47464746View Page18980701Friday, July 1st, 1898Robert BruckRobert Bruck206 e Washington
47474747View Page18980701Friday, July 1st, 1898Cecil JonesCecil JonesRiverside, Sutton St
47754775View Page18980809Tuesday, August 9th, 1898Fred BunchFred Bunch120 e Wall St.
47804780View Page18980822Monday, August 22nd, 1898D. A. AuterD. A. Autercor Franklin and Gilbert
47904790View Page18980903Saturday, September 3rd, 1898Jeannie MooreJeannie Moore506 e Charles
47934793View Page18980907Wednesday, September 7th, 1898Frank S MartsFrank S Marts308 e Jackson
47974797View Page18980910Saturday, September 10th, 1898Gertie NicholsonGertie Nicholson1214 e Adams
47534753View Page18980712Tuesday, July 12th, 1898Clifford M. CobbClifford M. Cobb407 w Adams
47654765View Page18980801Monday, August 1st, 1898Clara L. HettelClara L. Hettel314 n Monroe St
48774877View Page18981109Wednesday, November 9th, 1898Mary R. LeggMary R. LeggSmithfield Pike
48924892View Page18981119Saturday, November 19th, 1898Mrs. G. M. FletcherMrs. G. M. Fletcher418 w Charles
48444844View Page18981019Wednesday, October 19th, 1898Mabel McCombMabel McComb1801 s Madison
48574857View Page18981028Friday, October 28th, 1898Pearl BennettPearl Bennett325 w Main St
48634863View Page18981031Monday, October 31st, 1898Lucy LarmoreLucy Larmore517 Penn St.
49194919View Page18981208Thursday, December 8th, 1898Geo. M. FletcherGeo. M. Fletcher418 w Charles
49284928View Page18981220Tuesday, December 20th, 1898Mrs. W. H. ClancyMrs. W. H. Clancy1120 Brotherton St.
51045104View Page18990701Saturday, July 1st, 1899Harvey RussellHarvey Russell1209 e Main
51505150View Page18990909Saturday, September 9th, 1899Blanche SleeperBlanche Sleeper416 e Jackson
51525152View Page18990911Monday, September 11th, 1899Wm. S. DragooWm. S. Dragoo1804 s Elm
005050View Page18750603Thursday, June 3rd, 1875Charles E. MooreCharles E. MooreCor Washington & Mul
0125125View Page18750619Saturday, June 19th, 1875Cora PattersonCora PattersonAdams Street
51675167View Page18991003Tuesday, October 3rd, 1899Roscoe RossRoscoe Ross217 e Seymour
51615161View Page18990927Wednesday, September 27th, 1899Lily SnyderLily Snyder319 w Adams
51655165View Page18991002Monday, October 2nd, 1899Howard BeckHoward Beck1725 e Jackson
52075207View Page18991023Monday, October 23rd, 1899Annie C. StrattonAnnie C. StrattonBraun House
27532753View Page18901215Monday, December 15th, 1890Charlie LangdonCharlie LangdonHill & Ash
29662966View Page18920128Thursday, January 28th, 1892Heinrich PfitznerHeinrich PfitznerKilgore Ave.
29702970View Page18920203Wednesday, February 3rd, 1892Louis BloomLouis Bloom319 Michigan St.
43944394View Page18940222Thursday, February 22nd, 1894Fred SnyderFred Snyder317 Wysor St.
40334033View Page18921101Tuesday, November 1st, 1892Perry A. LangdonPerry A. LangdonHill + Ash
43524352View Page18940201Thursday, February 1st, 1894Mrs. G. W. MunnMrs. G. W. Munn523 W. Charles St.
43824382View Page18940215Thursday, February 15th, 1894Grant FrazierGrant Frazier822 e Main
13041304View Page18791121Friday, November 21st, 1879Mabel HagadornMabel Hagadorn600 South Jefferson
30003000View Page18920305Saturday, March 5th, 1892D. K. FreemanD. K. Freeman516 S. Liberty
28852885View Page18911031Saturday, October 31st, 1891Orville SpurgeonOrville Spurgeon115 s Council St.
0416416View Page18760707Friday, July 7th, 1876Minnie ParsonsMinnie ParsonsSouth High St.
21962196View Page18840507Wednesday, May 7th, 1884Albert RicheyAlbert RicheyWest Adams
27122712View Page18901026Sunday, October 26th, 1890S. B. GarrettS. B. GarrettW. Wash
40754075View Page18921129Tuesday, November 29th, 1892Clarence GreelyClarence Greely816 Chestnut
0981981View Page18780206Wednesday, February 6th, 1878E. K. KuechmannE. K. KuechmannEast Main St.
12171217View Page18790405Saturday, April 5th, 1879R. W. MonroeR. W. MonroeWest Main
17081708View Page18810215Tuesday, February 15th, 1881Charles ScottCharles Scottcor Mulberry + Adams
18011801View Page18810604Saturday, June 4th, 1881Ida BrownIda BrownWalnut St.
24302430View Page18871001Saturday, October 1st, 1887Ola EmersonOla Emerson303 East Jackson
24712471View Page18880609Saturday, June 9th, 1888Louisa KoernerLouisa KoernerNorth St.
25332533View Page18890524Friday, May 24th, 1889Mark CarvelMark CarvelSouth Council St.
26072607View Page18900206Thursday, February 6th, 1890Katie KuechmannKatie KuechmannWest Adams
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.
29572957View Page18920123Saturday, January 23rd, 1892George BurtGeorge Burt230 N. Vine St.
29862986View Page18920220Saturday, February 20th, 1892Robbie ScottRobbie Scott606 E. Jackson
30383038View Page18920430Saturday, April 30th, 1892Kate KusickKate Kusick244 Kilgore
30743074View Page18920801Monday, August 1st, 1892Enos BaldwinEnos Baldwin310 Gilbert St.
30873087View Page18920827Saturday, August 27th, 1892Jimmie BaldwinJimmie Baldwin310 Gilbert St.
40044004View Page18921001Saturday, October 1st, 1892Ohle GillOhle Gill613 W. Charles St.
40364036View Page18921101Tuesday, November 1st, 1892Mrs. R. C. HemingrayMrs. R. C. HemingrayNot listed
40564056View Page18921112Saturday, November 12th, 1892Oscar BlackOscar Black817 E. Adams St.
41824182View Page18930225Saturday, February 25th, 1893Helen Norwood BardHelen Norwood BardNot listed
42104210View Page18930320Monday, March 20th, 1893H. F. LingleH. F. Lingle905 S. Jefferson
42334233View Page18930429Saturday, April 29th, 1893Miss. Edna BeardMiss. Edna Beard225 Wysor St
43084308View Page18940104Thursday, January 4th, 1894Minnie ThomasMinnie Thomas300 North Monroe
43114311View Page18940105Friday, January 5th, 1894G. Edw. HillG. Edw. Hill217 S. High
44104410View Page18940303Saturday, March 3rd, 1894Winlock TurnerWinlock TurnerChas. + Jeff. St.
44464446View Page18940413Friday, April 13th, 1894Mr. M. D. GarrettMr. M. D. Garrett304 1/2 S. Walnut
44854485View Page18940609Saturday, June 9th, 1894Pearl GettysPearl Gettys807 S. Vine St.
44874487View Page18940615Friday, June 15th, 1894Maude ShellerMaude Sheller671 Berlin St
44964496View Page18940621Thursday, June 21st, 1894Mrs. E WilliamsMrs. E Williams115 N Monroe
45014501View Page18940628Thursday, June 28th, 1894Edna HooverEdna Hoover517 W. Main St
45264526View Page18940727Friday, July 27th, 1894Ezra SurberEzra Surber319 W. Gilbert
45364536View Page18940803Friday, August 3rd, 1894Estella McClellandEstella McClelland624 W. Jackson
45784578View Page18941013Saturday, October 13th, 1894Miss. Nellie WeaverMiss. Nellie Weaver437 Howard St.
45894589View Page18941026Friday, October 26th, 1894Mrs. Nona KoontzMrs. Nona KoontzCentral Block
46094609View Page18941108Thursday, November 8th, 1894Clarence LeagerClarence Leager716 E. Jackson
46134613View Page18941112Monday, November 12th, 1894Frank T. GilpinFrank T. Gilpin619 Powers St
46234623View Page18941117Saturday, November 17th, 1894D. T. LlewelynD. T. LlewelynFremont + Perkins
46314631View Page18941119Monday, November 19th, 1894Eugene L. BoyceEugene L. Boyce309 1/2 So. Walnut St.
46334633View Page18941120Tuesday, November 20th, 1894Elizabeth GableElizabeth Gable217 S. Monroe
46374637View Page18941124Saturday, November 24th, 1894Harry WhiteHarry WhiteCor. Seymour Ebnight
27602760View Page18901222Monday, December 22nd, 1890Nella KinertNella KinertNot listed
41684168View Page18930213Monday, February 13th, 1893Rudolph BloomRudolph Bloom313 W Michigan
42694269View Page18930617Saturday, June 17th, 1893Mr. T. H. KirbyMr. T. H. Kirby408. E. Jackson
43384338View Page18940120Saturday, January 20th, 1894Fred CecilFred Cecil1523 S. Franklin
45604560View Page18940918Tuesday, September 18th, 1894Frankie RoyFrankie Roy721 S Vine St.
45884588View Page18941023Tuesday, October 23rd, 1894Landess BloomLandess Bloom313 Michigan St.
21382138View Page18840111Friday, January 11th, 1884Miss. Bertha WoodMiss. Bertha WoodMadison & Gilbert
42784278View Page18930717Monday, July 17th, 1893Nathalia BrickerNathalia Bricker622 E. Main
45874587View Page18941023Tuesday, October 23rd, 1894Jamie DuncanJamie Duncan306 W. Main St.
41274127View Page18930112Thursday, January 12th, 1893Charlene WoodCharlene WoodNot listed
41294129View Page18930113Friday, January 13th, 1893Robert CrandallRobert Crandall706 E. Jackson
41924192View Page18930303Friday, March 3rd, 1893Nora HawkNora Hawk503 Hackley
41894189View Page18930301Wednesday, March 1st, 1893Mrs. R. A. KingMrs. R. A. King818 S. Monroe
42114211View Page18930321Tuesday, March 21st, 1893Walter RoofWalter Roof437 Elliot st.
42294229View Page18930414Friday, April 14th, 1893Fred D. RoseFred D. Rose405 S High
42384238View Page18930506Saturday, May 6th, 1893Mrs. Geo. AbelMrs. Geo. AbelS. Monroe
42484248View Page18930518Thursday, May 18th, 1893Mrs. Zula M. ValentineMrs. Zula M. Valentine120 S. Mulberry
42794279View Page18930717Monday, July 17th, 1893Ida JacobsIda Jacobs801 E. Adams
42864286View Page18930717Monday, July 17th, 1893Hattie RussellHattie Russell1211 E. Main
14941494View Page18801122Monday, November 22nd, 1880Herbert MaddyHerbert MaddyCorner Washington & Jefferson
42944294View Page18930809Wednesday, August 9th, 1893Mrs. Jennie EvansMrs. Jennie Evans310 W. Adams
25662566View Page18891011Friday, October 11th, 1889Vinzent YurlingVinzent YurlingEast Jackson St.
29712971View Page18920203Wednesday, February 3rd, 1892Mrs. T. H. BartonMrs. T. H. Barton601 w Main
23442344View Page18851231Thursday, December 31st, 1885Vida CassadyVida CassadyWest Washington
25912591View Page18891218Wednesday, December 18th, 1889Clara LeonardClara Leonard601 Roberts st.
27702770View Page18910110Saturday, January 10th, 1891Helena CrawfordHelena CrawfordHomer Ave.
27712771View Page18910110Saturday, January 10th, 1891Arthur LeonardArthur Leonard601 Robert st.
27742774View Page18910110Saturday, January 10th, 1891Edna BoyceEdna Boyce829 E. Main
27812781View Page18910117Saturday, January 17th, 1891Mrs. BaldwinMrs. Baldwin460 W. Jackson
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.
28132813View Page18910307Saturday, March 7th, 1891S.H. I. HighlandsS.H. I. Highlands122 E. Adams
28142814View Page18910307Saturday, March 7th, 1891Bobbie KnowltonBobbie Knowlton503 E. Main
28262826View Page18910318Wednesday, March 18th, 1891Alfred DavisAlfred Davis805 W Main
28412841View Page18910406Monday, April 6th, 1891Mrs. A. E. LymanMrs. A. E. LymanEast Jackson
28532853View Page18910516Saturday, May 16th, 1891Lizzie BanksLizzie Banks323 Willard St.
28672867View Page18910715Wednesday, July 15th, 1891Alice LeonardAlice Leonard827 Leomaur + Hackley
28732873View Page18910730Thursday, July 30th, 1891Geo. ThompsonGeo. ThompsonCor. Florence + Shipley st.
28932893View Page18911109Monday, November 9th, 1891John L. MorinJohn L. Morin416 E. Jackson
28952895View Page18911110Tuesday, November 10th, 1891Richard KirkeRichard Kirke214 Wysor st.
29052905View Page18911117Tuesday, November 17th, 1891Eva HagemanEva Hageman662 E. Wash.
29072907View Page18911123Monday, November 23rd, 1891Carl TuheyCarl Tuhey215 Wall st.
29092909View Page18911128Saturday, November 28th, 1891Price CrandallPrice Crandall706 E. Jackson
29112911View Page18910815Saturday, August 15th, 1891Dr. W. D. WhitneyDr. W. D. Whitney119 1/2 W. Jackson st.
29182918View Page18910921Monday, September 21st, 1891Agnes HoweAgnes Howe318 E. Jackson
29192919View Page18910921Monday, September 21st, 1891Carl ToppCarl Topp319 S. Liberty
29282928View Page18911012Monday, October 12th, 1891Virginia ClaypoolVirginia ClaypoolEast of City
29342934View Page18911205Saturday, December 5th, 1891Louise MaddyLouise Maddy222 1/2 S. Walnut st.
29392939View Page18911215Tuesday, December 15th, 1891Leotha HudsonLeotha HudsonNot listed
29432943View Page18911229Tuesday, December 29th, 1891Wattia MarchWattia MarchEast of Chase + and Hoyt
30073007View Page18920316Wednesday, March 16th, 1892Alfred AbbottAlfred Abbott823 S. Council st.
29772977View Page18920206Saturday, February 6th, 1892Mrs. ArthurholtMrs. Arthurholt211 S. Walnut
29522952View Page18920111Monday, January 11th, 1892Rollin BakerRollin BakerWashington st.
29912991View Page18920224Wednesday, February 24th, 1892Joe BoehmJoe Boehm211 East Main st.
29562956View Page18920122Friday, January 22nd, 1892Loyd CarverLoyd CarverOhmer Ave.
29982998View Page18920303Thursday, March 3rd, 1892D. R. GrimmesyD. R. Grimmesy816 E. Washington
30683068View Page18920628Tuesday, June 28th, 1892May GrouseMay Grouse505 S. Franklin
30503050View Page18920511Wednesday, May 11th, 1892Pearl HarrisPearl Harris410 East 17th
40394039View Page18921102Wednesday, November 2nd, 1892Mr. R. C. HemingrayMr. R. C. HemingrayNot listed
30143014View Page18920326Saturday, March 26th, 1892Walter J. HoweWalter J. Howe1118 E. Jackson
40684068View Page18921122Tuesday, November 22nd, 1892Hattie JohnstonHattie Johnston218 E. Adams st.
29542954View Page18920119Tuesday, January 19th, 1892Lloyd KimbroughLloyd Kimbrough311 E. Jackson
29942994View Page18920301Tuesday, March 1st, 1892Emma KingsburyEmma KingsburySouth Walnut
40264026View Page18921022Saturday, October 22nd, 1892J. L. KingsburyJ. L. KingsburyS. Monroe
40504050View Page18921111Friday, November 11th, 1892Mr. Geo. KirbyMr. Geo. Kirby406 E. Jackson
29692969View Page18920202Tuesday, February 2nd, 1892George RussellGeorge Russellcor Park Ave. and Willard St.
40694069View Page18921122Tuesday, November 22nd, 1892Mary ShinnMary Shinn927 E. Adams
30703070View Page18920707Thursday, July 7th, 1892Leslie SpornhauerLeslie SpornhauerNot listed
40414041View Page18921104Friday, November 4th, 1892Roy SturttRoy Sturtt224 North st.
29812981View Page18920210Wednesday, February 10th, 1892Winnie SwainWinnie SwainNot listed
40004000View Page18920929Thursday, September 29th, 1892Ray ThornburgRay Thornburg1119 K. Ave.
30423042View Page18920505Thursday, May 5th, 1892Edwin UnksEdwin Unkscor. Willard + Mock
30583058View Page18920519Thursday, May 19th, 1892Roy WhitneyRoy Whitney115 1/2 Central Bk.
50375037View Page18990306Monday, March 6th, 1899J. Branson CanfieldJ. Branson Canfield607 W. Adams
50415041View Page18990309Thursday, March 9th, 1899S. H. BennettS. H. Bennett202 Wysor St.
50495049View Page18990316Thursday, March 16th, 1899Rodney HaylerRodney Hayler608 N. Elm St.
50615061View Page18990401Saturday, April 1st, 1899Fannie WhiteFannie White112 S. Beacon
50645064View Page18990417Monday, April 17th, 1899Mrs. R. H. MunshowerMrs. R. H. Munshower428 W. Howard St.
44414441View Page18940407Saturday, April 7th, 1894Mr. Ray G HickokMr. Ray G Hickok309 E Jackson St
50755075View Page18990505Friday, May 5th, 1899Gloria SumptionGloria Sumption402 W. Howard
50775077View Page18990517Wednesday, May 17th, 1899Olen ToddOlen Todd905 S. Jefferson
44574457View Page18940503Thursday, May 3rd, 1894Jessie S BradburyJessie S Bradbury415 s High
50255025View Page18990225Saturday, February 25th, 1899Bertha SampleBertha SampleNot listed
44614461View Page18940509Wednesday, May 9th, 1894Stanton JanneyStanton Janneycor Jeff and Race St
52385238View Page18991115Wednesday, November 15th, 1899Mrs. J. E. HughesMrs. J. E. Hughes512 1/2 S. Walnut
52395239View Page18991115Wednesday, November 15th, 1899Marie L. NorwellMarie L. NorwellRiverside Ave. R.
52415241View Page18991116Thursday, November 16th, 1899Mrs. Idah DragooMrs. Idah Dragoo1215 W. 11th St.
52475247View Page18991123Thursday, November 23rd, 1899Mrs. Newton MillerMrs. Newton Miller119 1/2 W.. Jackson
52515251View Page18991127Monday, November 27th, 1899Homer L. FordyceHomer L. Fordyce1406 E. Gilbert St.
52545254View Page18991129Wednesday, November 29th, 1899Harry TurnerHarry Turner403 Reeves St. Riverside
52615261View Page18991202Saturday, December 2nd, 1899Mrs. W. W. DimmickMrs. W. W. Dimmick433 West Howard
52645264View Page18991205Tuesday, December 5th, 1899Earl Lister BaldwinEarl Lister Baldwin400 Center St. Riverside
52665266View Page18991208Friday, December 8th, 1899Phil NewmanPhil Newman515 S. Council St.
52695269View Page18991212Tuesday, December 12th, 1899Mary E. HettelMary E. Hettel314 N. Monroe
52715271View Page18991219Tuesday, December 19th, 1899Will HarkinsWill Harkins244 Kilgore Ave.
52755275View Page18991221Thursday, December 21st, 1899George PattersonGeorge Patterson408 E. Howard St.
52785278View Page18991226Tuesday, December 26th, 1899Herbert HeffnerHerbert Heffner714 S. Monroe
52805280View Page18991226Tuesday, December 26th, 1899Mrs. Lora DearthMrs. Lora Dearth419 E. Adams
52835283View Page18991227Wednesday, December 27th, 1899Fred CrossfieldFred Crossfield723 S. Elm St.
43554355View Page18940202Friday, February 2nd, 1894Stephen DoermanStephen Doerman377 Elliott St.
44974497View Page18940622Friday, June 22nd, 1894Mrs. Mary TalbottMrs. Mary Talbott216 Wysor St
45054505View Page18940707Saturday, July 7th, 1894Emily A HoweEmily A Howe318 E Washington
50955095View Page18990619Monday, June 19th, 1899Ernest H. PershingErnest H. Pershing401 Sutton
45434543View Page18940817Friday, August 17th, 1894Mrs. John BowersMrs. John Bowers405 S Franklin
51085108View Page18990708Saturday, July 8th, 1899Ray ZapfRay ZapfN. Elm St.
51225122View Page18990731Monday, July 31st, 1899Clifford St. JohnClifford St. John518 E. Main st.
43064306View Page18940103Wednesday, January 3rd, 1894Walter GregoryWalter GregoryWashington
43894389View Page18940221Wednesday, February 21st, 1894Mrs. E. M. WhiteMrs. E. M. White813 W. Main St.
43914391View Page18940222Thursday, February 22nd, 1894L. M. HemingrayL. M. Hemingray411 Howard St.
44174417View Page18940308Thursday, March 8th, 1894Elmira WintonElmira WintonW Main st.
46394639View Page18941126Monday, November 26th, 1894L. E. WilliamsL. E. Williams1210 E. Adams St
46454645View Page18941205Wednesday, December 5th, 1894Lena TurnerLena TurnerCor. Charles + Jeff.
46474647View Page18941206Thursday, December 6th, 1894Kenneth ShuttleworthKenneth ShuttleworthShiply + Michigan
46504650View Page18941208Saturday, December 8th, 1894Hannah CaldwellHannah Caldwell1121 W. Powers
46574657View Page18941218Tuesday, December 18th, 1894Mrs. F. TaylorMrs. F. TaylorWebster Avenue
46694669View Page18941231Monday, December 31st, 1894Gertrude SandersGertrude Sanders514 2nd St.
45474547View Page18940825Saturday, August 25th, 1894J F HallJ F Hall317 E. Jackson
51335133View Page18990814Monday, August 14th, 1899Mr. Clyde ParkerMr. Clyde Parker214 S. Vine
51365136View Page18990814Monday, August 14th, 1899Reba KoonsReba KoonsRiverside
51475147View Page18990902Saturday, September 2nd, 1899Emily OlcottEmily Olcott206 S. Mulberry
51915191View Page18990926Tuesday, September 26th, 1899Charlie Hoyer [?]Charlie Hoyer [?]Riverside
52065206View Page18991023Monday, October 23rd, 1899Paul RicheyPaul Richey403 W. Adams
52105210View Page18991025Wednesday, October 25th, 1899Geo E. CoxGeo E. Cox511 E. Jackson
32153215View Page18950709Tuesday, July 9th, 1895Ralph BardRalph Bard404 E Washington
32163216View Page18950710Wednesday, July 10th, 1895Alta McMullenAlta McMullen425 15 St
32193219View Page18950711Thursday, July 11th, 1895John M RusseyJohn M Russey120 S Mulberry
32203220View Page18950711Thursday, July 11th, 1895Clara B KendallClara B Kendall222 E Washington
32213221View Page18950713Saturday, July 13th, 1895Reuben C LoydReuben C Loyd903 S Walnut
32323232View Page18950803Saturday, August 3rd, 1895J. M. SeitzJ. M. SeitzAbbott House, or the Saturday pink office
32343234View Page18950805Monday, August 5th, 1895Carroll HemingrayCarroll Hemingray411 Howard St
32473247View Page18950914Saturday, September 14th, 1895Thalia CochraneThalia Cochrane219 N Mulberry St
46944694View Page18950117Thursday, January 17th, 1895Lonnie BraggLonnie Bragg1111 E. Adams
47034703View Page18950119Saturday, January 19th, 1895Minnie GainorMinnie Gainorcor Blaine + Heekin
31403140View Page18950222Friday, February 22nd, 1895Walter BartlettWalter BartlettRiverside
31513151View Page18950316Saturday, March 16th, 1895Harry JohnsonHarry Johnson720 West Jackson St
31553155View Page18950321Thursday, March 21st, 1895Mrs. Myrtle StametsMrs. Myrtle Stametscor. Washington & Walnut
31563156View Page18950323Saturday, March 23rd, 1895T. A. McLainT. A. McLain319 S. Grant
31593159View Page18950328Thursday, March 28th, 1895Chas JenkinsChas Jenkins1202 Ohmer Ave.
31613161View Page18950330Saturday, March 30th, 1895Wm BallWm Ball909 Penn St.
31763176View Page18950504Saturday, May 4th, 1895Forest MorehartForest Morehart515 E. Main St.
31793179View Page18950510Friday, May 10th, 1895Mrs. Helen A. McMillinMrs. Helen A. McMillin411 S. Franklin
31883188View Page18950601Saturday, June 1st, 1895Anna G. TabbAnna G. Tabb313 E. Charles St.
31903190View Page18950605Wednesday, June 5th, 1895Geneva UnksGeneva UnksOhio Ave & Shipley
32003200View Page18950621Friday, June 21st, 1895Earl WilliamsEarl Williams215 S. M.
31073107View Page18950129Tuesday, January 29th, 1895Mary MyersMary Myers715 E. Jackson
31133113View Page18950130Wednesday, January 30th, 1895J Micheal CaseyJ Micheal Casey808 W. Adams
31153115View Page18950201Friday, February 1st, 1895Mrs. Mary NealMrs. Mary Neal322 W. Adams
31163116View Page18950202Saturday, February 2nd, 1895Mrs. Jas. RossMrs. Jas. Ross206 Wysor St.
31203120View Page18950205Tuesday, February 5th, 1895Horace HagenlockerHorace HagenlockerWillard St.
31263126View Page18950212Tuesday, February 12th, 1895Ella UptgraftElla Uptgraft1407 - E. Gilbert
31293129View Page18950214Thursday, February 14th, 1895Mrs. J. S. SampleMrs. J. S. Sample621 - E. Main
31323132View Page18950216Saturday, February 16th, 1895Erma PersonettErma PersonettMichigan St.
32563256View Page18951002Wednesday, October 2nd, 1895Mrs. John CaseyMrs. John Casey(605 Berlin St crossed out) 510 S Eliot St
32573257View Page18951003Thursday, October 3rd, 1895Chas T ReddingChas T Redding604 Elm St
32613261View Page18951007Monday, October 7th, 1895Griffith WallaceGriffith Wallace616 Adams St
32633263View Page18951007Monday, October 7th, 1895Zoe WeryZoe Werycorner Vine St 6th St
32703270View Page18951018Friday, October 18th, 1895Harry GuthrieHarry GuthrieLiberty township
32713271View Page18951018Friday, October 18th, 1895Claud SmithClaud Smith213 E First
32763276View Page18951019Saturday, October 19th, 1895Maude HarrisMaude HarrisShoemaker + Proud
32863286View Page18951101Friday, November 1st, 1895Maggie ThompsonMaggie Thompson303 S High
32883288View Page18951105Tuesday, November 5th, 1895John GallivanJohn GallivanE Charles St
32903290View Page18951109Saturday, November 9th, 1895Earl McClungEarl McClung617 E 5th St
33193319View Page18951204Wednesday, December 4th, 1895Henry WeedHenry Weedcor 10th S Mulberry
33263326View Page18951211Wednesday, December 11th, 1895Harry LeachHarry Leach1322 E Jackson
0562562View Page18770223Friday, February 23rd, 1877Warn HatfieldWarn HatfieldCor Jackson & Cherry
0599599View Page18770316Friday, March 16th, 1877Thomas H. KirbyThomas H. Kirby108 Mulberry St
0715715View Page18770511Friday, May 11th, 1877Addie KnowltonAddie Knowlton405 East Main
0775775View Page18770521Monday, May 21st, 1877Charles WrightCharles Wright708 West Jackson
46894689View Page18950114Monday, January 14th, 1895Miss. Bella MoinMiss. Bella Moin606 E. Jackson
10371037View Page18780511Saturday, May 11th, 1878Martha J IvinsMartha J IvinsGilbert St
10891089View Page18780928Saturday, September 28th, 1878Mrs. Lee CoffeenMrs. Lee CoffeenHigh Street
34713471View Page18960713Monday, July 13th, 1896H. Willis MilhoffH. Willis Milhoff911 - E. Jocler
34773477View Page18960718Saturday, July 18th, 1896Mrs. G. H. BorgmanMrs. G. H. Borgman414 - S. Mulberry
34823482View Page18960723Thursday, July 23rd, 1896Mrs. Elsie BestMrs. Elsie Best302 E. North St
34843484View Page18960723Thursday, July 23rd, 1896Ruth BestRuth Best302 e North St.
34863486View Page18960727Monday, July 27th, 1896Adelle WalkerAdelle Walker402 Wysor St.
34873487View Page18960729Wednesday, July 29th, 1896Harry AultHarry Ault110 Kilgore Ave
34963496View Page18960815Saturday, August 15th, 1896Raymond MeekerRaymond MeekerNot listed
35033503View Page18960828Friday, August 28th, 1896Charlie GunckleCharlie Guncklecor. 7th + Madison
35043504View Page18960828Friday, August 28th, 1896Bessie GreeneBessie Greene240 - Kilgore Ave
35013501View Page18960824Monday, August 24th, 1896Frank BoyerFrank Boyer228 S. Colleen St.
33453345View Page18960104Saturday, January 4th, 1896Abbie KellyAbbie Kelly515 W Main
33503350View Page18960107Tuesday, January 7th, 1896Mrs. L BuzbyMrs. L Buzby616 E 8th
33583358View Page18960114Tuesday, January 14th, 1896Nellie SpoonerNellie Spooner8 Arcade Building
33653365View Page18960124Friday, January 24th, 1896Ben RosenbushBen Rosenbush319 W Main
33693369View Page18960126Sunday, January 26th, 1896Anson HickmanAnson Hickman719 Powers
33803380View Page18960131Friday, January 31st, 1896Mable HartmanMable Hartman616 E Washington
33813381View Page18960131Friday, January 31st, 1896Addison TemplerAddison Templer214 W Jackson St
33913391View Page18960208Saturday, February 8th, 1896Mabel E NoldMabel E Nold904 E Main
33993399View Page18960220Thursday, February 20th, 1896Gertrude ClarkGertrude Clark326 E. Jackson
34473447View Page18960502Saturday, May 2nd, 1896Leora CurtisLeora Curtis" " [1415 S High]
34533453View Page18960525Monday, May 25th, 1896Henri GableHenri Gable415 E. Adams
35493549View Page18961111Wednesday, November 11th, 1896Ohle GillOhle Gill441 W Howard
34183418View Page18960316Monday, March 16th, 1896Leslie GreelyLeslie Greely302 Willard St.
34373437View Page18960404Saturday, April 4th, 1896Harriet HamiltonHarriet Hamilton608 E. Main
35753575View Page18961201Tuesday, December 1st, 1896Edna HarveyEdna Harvey208 W. Washington
34193419View Page18960318Wednesday, March 18th, 1896Ira KoinIra Koin212 E. 1st
35423542View Page18961027Tuesday, October 27th, 1896Gola LangdonGola Langdon201--9. + High st.
35943594View Page18961222Tuesday, December 22nd, 1896George LeGalleyGeorge LeGalley119 1/2 W. Jackson
35613561View Page18961120Friday, November 20th, 1896John W. LittleJohn W. Little622 E. Washington
35743574View Page18961130Monday, November 30th, 1896Fred E NeffFred E NeffOntario Silver co.
34413441View Page18960412Sunday, April 12th, 1896Nellie PostmaNellie Postma810 E Fifth st.
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
35123512View Page18960907Monday, September 7th, 1896Mabel RiegleMabel Riegle108 N Monroe St.
35933593View Page18961221Monday, December 21st, 1896Willie RobinsonWillie Robinson611 S. Plum
35353535View Page18961017Saturday, October 17th, 1896Mrs. E. F. TylerMrs. E. F. Tyler1001 E Adams
35383538View Page18961022Thursday, October 22nd, 1896Mrs. Mary WilliamsMrs. Mary WilliamsFlat C. Arcade, Main St.
35813581View Page18961205Saturday, December 5th, 1896May WilliamsonMay Williamson1721 S. Blaine
35093509View Page18960902Wednesday, September 2nd, 1896N. E. HimesN. E. Himes310 N. Walnut St.
35593559View Page18961117Tuesday, November 17th, 1896Arthur RameyArthur Ramey418 S. Franklin
35303530View Page18961013Tuesday, October 13th, 1896Mrs. H. M. DenslowMrs. H. M. Denslow406 E. Gilbert St.
38083808View Page18971108Monday, November 8th, 1897Clifford BrowneClifford BrowneNot listed
36733673View Page18970325Thursday, March 25th, 1897Louise AnthonyLouise Anthony1828 S. Walnut
37903790View Page18971018Monday, October 18th, 1897Geo. ArnoldGeo. Arnold821 E. Charles
38533853View Page18971208Wednesday, December 8th, 1897Elmer E BotkinElmer E BotkinThe Johnson, 264
36783678View Page18970330Tuesday, March 30th, 1897Alice BundyAlice Bundy222 E. Washington
38653865View Page18971229Wednesday, December 29th, 1897Mrs. Nellie CampbellMrs. Nellie Campbell402 E. Main St.
36443644View Page18970215Monday, February 15th, 1897Seymour CohnSeymour CohnW. Main St.
37423742View Page18970722Thursday, July 22nd, 1897Carrie CohnCarrie Cohn406 W. Main
37433743View Page18970722Thursday, July 22nd, 1897Mrs. Fannie CohnMrs. Fannie Cohn406 W. Main
38013801View Page18971030Saturday, October 30th, 1897Geo O CromercerGeo O Cromercer214 1/2 S Walnut
37783778View Page18971008Friday, October 8th, 1897Miss. Edith CulversonMiss. Edith CulversonNot listed
37073707View Page18970529Saturday, May 29th, 1897Ernest DavisErnest Davis111 S. Franklin
37413741View Page18970721Wednesday, July 21st, 1897Miss. Kate DoudMiss. Kate Doud1101 W 1st
36403640View Page18970209Tuesday, February 9th, 1897Agnes D. DoyleAgnes D. DoyleWest Jackson st.
37673767View Page18970924Friday, September 24th, 1897J. E. DurhamJ. E. Durham314 S Jefferson
36663666View Page18970310Wednesday, March 10th, 1897Mrs. C. E. DwyerMrs. C. E. Dwyer306 E. Jackson
37553755View Page18970824Tuesday, August 24th, 1897Hattie E. EverettHattie E. Everett319 W. Gilbert St.
35993599View Page18970102Saturday, January 2nd, 1897Ralph FahrnerRalph Fahrner1109 E. Washington
36603660View Page18970301Monday, March 1st, 1897Margaret FlahertyMargaret FlahertyShipley + 5th St.
38493849View Page18971204Saturday, December 4th, 1897Edgar FreemanEdgar Freeman120 Hoyt Ave
36133613View Page18970115Friday, January 15th, 1897J. E. GermandJ. E. Germand321 E. Charles
37533753View Page18970813Friday, August 13th, 1897M. H. GordonM. H. Gordon1526 9th + Sampson
36563656View Page18970227Saturday, February 27th, 1897Mabel HallMabel HallWorth Street
36343634View Page18970203Wednesday, February 3rd, 1897J. A. HarveyJ. A. Harvey208 W. Washington
38213821View Page18971118Thursday, November 18th, 1897A. P. HastingsA. P. Hastings415 S. High
37733773View Page18971001Friday, October 1st, 1897E. G. HaylerE. G. Hayler439 W. Howard
38153815View Page18971115Monday, November 15th, 1897Edith HeathEdith Heath708 Kirby
37103710View Page18970529Saturday, May 29th, 1897Olie HockenberryOlie Hockenberry1414 W. 13th
37453745View Page18970731Saturday, July 31st, 1897Albert J. KernAlbert J. Kern1238 Kirby av
37793779View Page18971009Saturday, October 9th, 1897Jessie E. KirkpatrickJessie E. Kirkpatrick203 1/2 N. High St.
37353735View Page18970715Thursday, July 15th, 1897J. W. KirkpatrickJ. W. Kirkpatrick619 Council St.
38643864View Page18971222Wednesday, December 22nd, 1897J. F. KiserJ. F. Kiser619 Powers st.
38383838View Page18971127Saturday, November 27th, 1897Margaret LeothMargaret Leoth116 S. Proud
36843684View Page18970410Saturday, April 10th, 1897Carrie MannCarrie Mann509 E. Jackson
38543854View Page18971208Wednesday, December 8th, 1897Mrs. W. M. MarshMrs. W. M. Marsh222 E. Adams
36513651View Page18970217Wednesday, February 17th, 1897Clyde McAllisterClyde McAllistercor. Windsor St.
37983798View Page18971028Thursday, October 28th, 1897Laura McGeeLaura McGee1114 Kirby Ave
36033603View Page18970102Saturday, January 2nd, 1897Jno T. MeeksJno T. Meeks418 S. Franklin
37043704View Page18970526Wednesday, May 26th, 1897Mabel MorrowMabel Morrow516 E. Washington
38393839View Page18971129Monday, November 29th, 1897Earl MurtonEarl Murton1413 S. Franklin
37623762View Page18970911Saturday, September 11th, 1897James E NelsonJames E Nelson208 East 8th Street
36913691View Page18970423Friday, April 23rd, 1897Carroll ParkCarroll Park519 Windsor st.
37923792View Page18971021Thursday, October 21st, 1897Mary PowersMary Powers305 Whitely
36983698View Page18970513Thursday, May 13th, 1897Carl ReedCarl Reed510 S. Jefferson
36213621View Page18970122Friday, January 22nd, 1897E Hiel H RichardsonE Hiel H Richardson222 Washington St.
36013601View Page18970102Saturday, January 2nd, 1897G. W. Richardson Jr.G. W. Richardson Jr.Braun House
37133713View Page18970601Tuesday, June 1st, 1897Rainard RobbinsRainard RobbinsOhmer Ave
38103810View Page18971109Tuesday, November 9th, 1897Howard SchraderHoward Schrader606 S Walnut
36413641View Page18970209Tuesday, February 9th, 1897Maggie SlaterMaggie SlaterWest Jackson St
37893789View Page18971018Monday, October 18th, 1897Mrs. W. W. WadsworthMrs. W. W. Wadsworth319 S. Franklin
36293629View Page18970201Monday, February 1st, 1897Lonzo WeaverLonzo WeaverS. Penn st.
37243724View Page18970622Tuesday, June 22nd, 1897Paul WhitePaul White419 E. Adams
36373637View Page18970205Friday, February 5th, 1897A. J. WilliamsA. J. Williams220 S. Jefferson st.
37713771View Page18970929Wednesday, September 29th, 1897H. H. WolfH. H. Wolf123 The Johnson
48044804View Page18980920Tuesday, September 20th, 1898Rena HarrisRena Harris402 W. Adams
48094809View Page18980927Tuesday, September 27th, 1898Lewis DoolittleLewis DoolittleSutton st Riverside
48104810View Page18980928Wednesday, September 28th, 1898Mrs. W. H. NaumanMrs. W. H. Nauman1412 E. Main
48124812View Page18980929Thursday, September 29th, 1898Nellie DerryNellie Derry1007 E. Whitely St.
48154815View Page18980907Wednesday, September 7th, 1898Jennie ThorpeJennie Thorpe725 - E. Jackson
48214821View Page18981005Wednesday, October 5th, 1898Marie CampbellMarie Campbell311 West Adams St.
48254825View Page18981005Wednesday, October 5th, 1898Flora BilbyFlora Bilby1229 East Eigth
48264826View Page18981007Friday, October 7th, 1898Mrs. Anna PowersMrs. Anna Powers305 Wheeling Ave.
48344834View Page18981015Saturday, October 15th, 1898Anna L. MorrisonAnna L. MorrisonS. Liberty
48384838View Page18981018Tuesday, October 18th, 1898Roy BardRoy Bard404 E. Washington
48394839View Page18981018Tuesday, October 18th, 1898Pearl I. HazerPearl I. HazerElm St. + Highland Av.
38733873View Page18980108Saturday, January 8th, 1898Mrs. E MerlinMrs. E Merlin418 S Franklin
38773877View Page18980108Saturday, January 8th, 1898George SummerGeorge Summer609 S Walnut
47674767View Page18980803Wednesday, August 3rd, 1898Edwin MarshEdwin Marsh222 Et. Adams St.
47684768View Page18980803Wednesday, August 3rd, 1898L. A. InaoityL. A. InaoityE. Main St
47744774View Page18980808Monday, August 8th, 1898Earl LakeEarl Lake815 W. Main St.
47834783View Page18980827Saturday, August 27th, 1898Harry B. BannisterHarry B. Bannister1423 E. Main St
47854785View Page18980829Monday, August 29th, 1898James RibbleJames Ribble322 Boyce Ave.
47874787View Page18980901Thursday, September 1st, 1898Mrs. H. R. WysorMrs. H. R. Wysor418 N. Walnut
47954795View Page18980908Thursday, September 8th, 1898Mrs. S. MosesMrs. S. Moses431 E. Chas.
47984798View Page18980912Monday, September 12th, 1898Francis W. WhealeFrancis W. Wheale125 E 9th
48514851View Page18981024Monday, October 24th, 1898Kemper HarroldKemper HarroldBishop Block 1020 E. Willard
48524852View Page18981024Monday, October 24th, 1898Charles WaltonCharles Walton617 E. 5th
48604860View Page18981028Friday, October 28th, 1898Mrs. Lizzie RhoadesMrs. Lizzie Rhoades415 - W. 6th
48664866View Page18981103Thursday, November 3rd, 1898R. RahrbornR. Rahrborn221 - E. Gilbert
48674867View Page18981104Friday, November 4th, 1898A. H. GleasonA. H. Gleason607 E. Charles
48934893View Page18981122Tuesday, November 22nd, 1898G. E. Wallace M.D.G. E. Wallace M.D.108 S. Jefferson
49014901View Page18981126Saturday, November 26th, 1898Mrs. J W HoweyMrs. J W Howey#8 Arcade
49144914View Page18981203Saturday, December 3rd, 1898Lloyd M. CrosgraveLloyd M. Crosgrave2901 - S. Jefferson
49204920View Page18981209Friday, December 9th, 1898Marx E. HoltMarx E. Holt600 W. Adams
49214921View Page18981209Friday, December 9th, 1898Arice ClevengerArice ClevengerNorth High St.
49254925View Page18981214Wednesday, December 14th, 1898Mrs. N. H. SudburyMrs. N. H. Sudbury519 W. Charles
49314931View Page18981222Thursday, December 22nd, 1898Ethel JohnsonEthel Johnson1720 S. Elm
38953895View Page18980121Friday, January 21st, 1898Emily MeeksEmily MeeksSelma Pike
38963896View Page18980121Friday, January 21st, 1898Arthur WallingArthur Walling617 West Adams St
39003900View Page18980126Wednesday, January 26th, 1898Guy McAllisterGuy McAllisterNot listed
39143914View Page18980205Saturday, February 5th, 1898Geneva UnksGeneva UnksLouick St
39153915View Page18980205Saturday, February 5th, 1898Carl BartleCarl BartleHoyt Ave
39193919View Page18980207Monday, February 7th, 1898Laura PaytonLaura Payton305 N Walnut St
39233923View Page18980212Saturday, February 12th, 1898John OliverJohn Oliver1421 East 1st
39253925View Page18980214Monday, February 14th, 1898Mrs. Maud AlbrightMrs. Maud Albright1124 E 8th
39293929View Page18980217Thursday, February 17th, 1898G. A. WhitcombG. A. Whitcomb211 S Walnut St
39353935View Page18980225Friday, February 25th, 1898C. E. BurnettC. E. BurnettFranklin and Gilbert
39403940View Page18980226Saturday, February 26th, 1898Louis McCannLouis McCannNo. 3 Boycetown
39423942View Page18980301Tuesday, March 1st, 1898Auster PaxsonAuster Paxson900 S Beacon
49334933View Page18981227Tuesday, December 27th, 1898Katie EilerKatie Eiler1229 E. Jackson
49364936View Page18981231Saturday, December 31st, 1898Mrs. A. W. SmithMrs. A. W. Smith418 S. Franklin
49374937View Page18981231Saturday, December 31st, 1898Mr. A. W. SmithMr. A. W. Smith418 S. Franklin
39573957View Page18980314Monday, March 14th, 1898C. W. SherrittC. W. Sherritt323 Gilbert
39603960View Page18980319Saturday, March 19th, 1898Renan RobbinsRenan Robbins702 E Jackson
39613961View Page18980319Saturday, March 19th, 1898Mabel F. BallardMabel F. Ballard405 E Washington
39643964View Page18980326Saturday, March 26th, 1898Mrs. O. B. BannisterMrs. O. B. Bannister1423 East Main
39653965View Page18980326Saturday, March 26th, 1898Fred A SwainFred A Swain1028 S Walnut
39733973View Page18980406Wednesday, April 6th, 1898Ferdinand BakerFerdinand Baker620 S Council
39833983View Page18980422Friday, April 22nd, 1898Herman CecilHerman Cecil1022 Kirby Ave
39843984View Page18980422Friday, April 22nd, 1898Ervin MitchellErvin Mitchell419 South Jefferson
39893989View Page18980503Tuesday, May 3rd, 1898Otto P. ReamOtto P. Ream211 S Cherry
39903990View Page18980503Tuesday, May 3rd, 1898Pearl MalonyPearl Malony724 W Main St
47434743View Page18980625Saturday, June 25th, 1898Earl SwainEarl Swain1028 S Walnut
55425542View Page19000922Saturday, September 22nd, 1900Clinton AndersonClinton AndersonBox. 784
56465646View Page19001222Saturday, December 22nd, 1900E. E. BridenbeckerE. E. Bridenbecker1028 S. Walnut
54515451View Page19000528Monday, May 28th, 1900Elizabeth CarterElizabeth Carter511 S. Elm St
54875487View Page19000709Monday, July 9th, 1900Mrs. C. M. CarterMrs. C. M. Carter411_S. Jefferson
53775377View Page19000303Saturday, March 3rd, 1900Zora CarterZora Carter320 Race St.
54285428View Page19000417Tuesday, April 17th, 1900Arthur ChambersArthur Chambers1004 East First St
56275627View Page19001204Tuesday, December 4th, 1900Clarence CobbClarence Cobb415 E. Adams
56205620View Page19001130Friday, November 30th, 1900Mrs. Anna CoryMrs. Anna Cory525 Wysor
55645564View Page19001013Saturday, October 13th, 1900Melvin CramerMelvin Cramer1325 E. Main
53245324View Page19000120Saturday, January 20th, 1900Anneita CrolleyAnneita Crolley115 S. Franklin
56155615View Page19001127Tuesday, November 27th, 1900Lester DorseLester Dorse219 S. Franklin St.
53835383View Page19000306Tuesday, March 6th, 1900Mrs. E. G. EarpMrs. E. G. Earp314 W. Jackson St.
54575457View Page19000531Thursday, May 31st, 1900Mrs. Louis C FoldrichMrs. Louis C Foldrich315 N. Vine St.
55605560View Page19001013Saturday, October 13th, 1900Fidelia HagadorneFidelia Hagadorne404 S. Franklin
55025502View Page19000723Monday, July 23rd, 1900Chas HanleyChas Hanley907 S Grant St.
54955495View Page19000717Tuesday, July 17th, 1900Wm HanleyWm Hanley911 S. Grant st
53175317View Page19000117Wednesday, January 17th, 1900Oscar HedgerOscar HedgerRiverside_
56555655View Page19010102Wednesday, January 2nd, 1901Elmer E. HouzeElmer E. Houze305 N. Plum St.
56575657View Page19010105Saturday, January 5th, 1901J. H. ParsonsJ. H. Parsons3144 S. High
56615661View Page19010107Monday, January 7th, 1901Harrold McArthurHarrold McArthur122 S. Elm
56645664View Page19010108Tuesday, January 8th, 1901Walter E. KernWalter E. Kern114 East Main
56755675View Page19010122Tuesday, January 22nd, 1901W. H. SticeW. H. Stice313 East Main St
56805680View Page19010123Wednesday, January 23rd, 1901James HarrisJames Harris414 S Franklin
56975697View Page19010207Thursday, February 7th, 1901Herbert RickardHerbert Rickard1315 S. Madison
57005700View Page19010207Thursday, February 7th, 1901John LashleyJohn Lashley503 Windsor St
57015701View Page19010207Thursday, February 7th, 1901Miss. Lucy VanceMiss. Lucy Vance327 1/2 S. Monroe
57145714View Page19010216Saturday, February 16th, 1901Thos. HarrisonThos. Harrison1214 E Main St
57195719View Page19010223Saturday, February 23rd, 1901Anna StuckeyAnna Stuckey211 E Main
55525552View Page19001004Thursday, October 4th, 1900Otto P KnackOtto P Knack419 1/2 S .Walnut st.
55285528View Page19000823Thursday, August 23rd, 1900Mrs. M. LauerMrs. M. Lauer616_E. Adams
56365636View Page19001213Thursday, December 13th, 1900Mrs. H. E. LawellMrs. H. E. Lawell832. E. Charles st.
53755375View Page19000303Saturday, March 3rd, 1900Frank LeonFrank Leon415 E. Charles
56445644View Page19001220Thursday, December 20th, 1900Mrs. A. A. LeuchMrs. A. A. Leuch407_Sutton
55895589View Page19001106Tuesday, November 6th, 1900Lewis McCoyLewis McCoy512 E. Howard St.
56395639View Page19001215Saturday, December 15th, 1900Mrs. Alice MeeksMrs. Alice Meeks408_E. Main
53925392View Page19000312Monday, March 12th, 1900John MellettJohn MellettRiverside Ave
55075507View Page19000727Friday, July 27th, 1900Billie MohlerBillie Mohler1125 E. Washington
55045504View Page19000724Tuesday, July 24th, 1900W. S. MorganW. S. MorganCor. Brady & Kirby Ave.
53865386View Page19000307Wednesday, March 7th, 1900H. A. MorrowH. A. Morrow903 W Charles St.
56065606View Page19001120Tuesday, November 20th, 1900J. W. NeaglesJ. W. Neagles214 N. Walnut st
53475347View Page19000208Thursday, February 8th, 1900Merl PostalMerl Postal433 E. Chas st.
53675367View Page19000221Wednesday, February 21st, 1900W. E. PriestW. E. Priest1015 E. Adams St.
56525652View Page19001228Friday, December 28th, 1900F. D. ReileyF. D. Reiley514 E Charles St
56405640View Page19001215Saturday, December 15th, 1900Carl RiblettCarl Riblett1201 east 1st St.
55975597View Page19001116Friday, November 16th, 1900Emma RiblettEmma Riblett1201 East First
54565456View Page19000531Thursday, May 31st, 1900Claude RiderClaude Rider811 N.A. st W
54585458View Page19000604Monday, June 4th, 1900Lydia ShoemakerLydia Shoemaker2205 S Walnut
55155515View Page19000810Friday, August 10th, 1900Mollie ShoemakerMollie Shoemaker2205 So Walnut
55475547View Page19000929Saturday, September 29th, 1900Geo. H. SissonGeo. H. Sisson614 E. Jackson St.
56495649View Page19001227Thursday, December 27th, 1900W H SproulW H Sproul1623 S Elm St
53645364View Page19000219Monday, February 19th, 1900Kenneth SpurgeonKenneth Spurgeon322 E. Charles st.
55225522View Page19000815Wednesday, August 15th, 1900Mrs. S. StraussMrs. S. Strauss503. E. Jackson
54695469View Page19000619Tuesday, June 19th, 1900Glen StudebakerGlen Studebaker812 E Jackson
53545354View Page19000215Thursday, February 15th, 1900Sadie ThomasSadie Thomas657 Berlin St.
55855585View Page19001106Tuesday, November 6th, 1900Mrs. R. ThornburgMrs. R. Thornburg427 E. Chas. St.
54915491View Page19000712Thursday, July 12th, 1900Mamie UrtonMamie Urton115 S. Council St.
54895489View Page19000712Thursday, July 12th, 1900Alice WallAlice Wall514 S. Council
53045304View Page19000110Wednesday, January 10th, 1900Emma W. WallingEmma W. Walling617 W. Adams
55945594View Page19001112Monday, November 12th, 1900Miss. Lina WanokMiss. Lina Wanok320. E. Jackson
54135413View Page19000329Thursday, March 29th, 1900Earle WerkingEarle Werking211 E. Washington St.
54405440View Page19000518Friday, May 18th, 1900Gilbert WoodyardGilbert Woodyard324 Race St.
55205520View Page19000811Saturday, August 11th, 1900L. H. Wuiternnite Jr.L. H. Wuiternnite Jr.1019 E. Kirby Ave
53295329View Page19000124Wednesday, January 24th, 1900Eliot ZehnerEliot Zehner228 Lincoln st.
58135813View Page19010702Tuesday, July 2nd, 1901Mrs. Cary W ReidMrs. Cary W Reid917 E Adams
58175817View Page19010706Saturday, July 6th, 1901Marg LangfordMarg Langford312 E North
58215821View Page19010715Monday, July 15th, 1901Frank HanleyFrank Hanley821 E Jackson
58225822View Page19010717Wednesday, July 17th, 1901Marvelle MoriumMarvelle Morium405 W Howard
58345834View Page19010729Monday, July 29th, 1901Mrs. S. C. BradburyMrs. S. C. Bradbury415 S High
58405840View Page19010801Thursday, August 1st, 1901Homer C. WickHomer C. Wick319 S Franklin
58535853View Page19010821Wednesday, August 21st, 1901Wilford DepoyWilford Depoy10th & Pierce
58585858View Page19010902Monday, September 2nd, 1901EnescottEnescott111 W Main St
58745874View Page19010925Wednesday, September 25th, 1901Gertrude ClarkGertrude Clark746 N Elm
58755875View Page19010925Wednesday, September 25th, 1901Ella WelshElla Welsh620 W Howard
57225722View Page19010223Saturday, February 23rd, 1901Maude GrayMaude Gray217 North St.
57675767View Page19010408Monday, April 8th, 1901Helen CleavelandHelen Cleaveland812 E. Jackson
57705770View Page19010411Thursday, April 11th, 1901Walter H. SissonWalter H. Sisson614 E. Jackson
57745774View Page19010418Thursday, April 18th, 1901E H SwainE H Swain1028 S Walnut
57885788View Page19010518Saturday, May 18th, 1901Lula E.M. LangdonLula E.M. Langdon109 W. 8th
57955795View Page19010601Saturday, June 1st, 1901Clair StephensClair Stephens315 W. Jackson
57985798View Page19010603Monday, June 3rd, 1901Lina McGinnisLina McGinnis424 E - Gilbert St
57995799View Page19010606Thursday, June 6th, 1901John F BrunnJohn F Brunn1516 Kirby Ave.
58835883View Page19011007Monday, October 7th, 1901Mrs. May SawyerMrs. May Sawyer1002 S Monroe
58845884View Page19011007Monday, October 7th, 1901Abbie A BullardAbbie A Bullard410 W Main
58855885View Page19011008Tuesday, October 8th, 1901Mrs. B. W. AlexanderMrs. B. W. Alexander326 E Jackson St
58925892View Page19011010Thursday, October 10th, 1901Lawrence WeaverLawrence Weaver722 S Elm St
58965896View Page19011012Saturday, October 12th, 1901James BoyceJames Boyce608 E Jackson
59055905View Page19011015Tuesday, October 15th, 1901H. L. KitselmanH. L. KitselmanAdams + Council
59095909View Page19011015Tuesday, October 15th, 1901Elizabeth W HerbertElizabeth W Herbert415 W Sixth
59155915View Page19011019Saturday, October 19th, 1901Hugh MillerHugh Miller1206 S Plum
59215921View Page19011025Friday, October 25th, 1901Earl GaumerEarl Gaumer518 W Main
59235923View Page19011026Saturday, October 26th, 1901D. K. HayerD. K. Hayer703 N Elm
59265926View Page19011030Wednesday, October 30th, 1901Miss. Clara SmithMiss. Clara Smith219 E 8
14201420View Page18800611Friday, June 11th, 1880M J RoseM J RoseEast Adams St
14441444View Page18800802Monday, August 2nd, 1880Dennis SullivanDennis SullivanCor Noth & Elm
15501550View Page18801231Friday, December 31st, 1880Bessie WilliamsBessie WilliamsE Adams
15671567View Page18810112Wednesday, January 12th, 1881Maggie CaseyMaggie CaseyKirby House
15781578View Page18810117Monday, January 17th, 1881C R FlemmingC R FlemmingEast Jackson
16101610View Page18810127Thursday, January 27th, 1881Y McKinneyY McKinneyCor Gilbert & Monroe
16211621View Page18810202Wednesday, February 2nd, 1881M M BradyM M Brady170 E Wash St
16521652View Page18810203Thursday, February 3rd, 1881Mary WallingMary WallingNorth Walnut
17431743View Page18810301Tuesday, March 1st, 1881Rebecca LockwoodRebecca LockwoodEast Gilbert
18841884View Page18820217Friday, February 17th, 1882Ella MillerElla MillerEast Main St
18981898View Page18820311Saturday, March 11th, 1882A N ShuttleworthA N ShuttleworthEast Washington
19481948View Page18820821Monday, August 21st, 1882J S RileyJ S RileyJefferson St
20872087View Page18831020Saturday, October 20th, 1883W R SnyderW R SnyderMadison St
59325932View Page19011102Saturday, November 2nd, 1901Mrs. C. W. MartinMrs. C. W. Martin507 S Proud
59335933View Page19011102Saturday, November 2nd, 1901Mrs. Chas E DualMrs. Chas E Dual114 S Madison
59355935View Page19011102Saturday, November 2nd, 1901John WilliamsJohn Williams502 S Beacon
59395939View Page19011107Thursday, November 7th, 1901Roscoe SmithRoscoe Smith514 W Main St
59405940View Page19011108Friday, November 8th, 1901Willard LegoWillard Lego527 S Gharkey St
59415941View Page19011108Friday, November 8th, 1901Roy TylerRoy Tyler1005 E Adams
59495949View Page19011116Saturday, November 16th, 1901J. F. WildmanJ. F. Wildman721 E Washington
59595959View Page19011119Tuesday, November 19th, 1901Edgar DriscollEdgar Driscoll425 W Main
62226222View Page19020915Monday, September 15th, 1902E O AlbrightE O Albright1220 S Elm
61586158View Page19020627Friday, June 27th, 1902Ray W. BateyRay W. Batey406 Jarrett st Riverside
61226122View Page19020512Monday, May 12th, 1902Josephine BodicutJosephine Bodicut810 Kirby ave_
60596059View Page19020301Saturday, March 1st, 1902Roy CampbellRoy Campbell417 Reeves St.
62546254View Page19021016Thursday, October 16th, 1902Elona CanfieldElona Canfield500. W. Howard
60326032View Page19020203Monday, February 3rd, 1902a f. Clarka f. Clark2321 S. Madison st.
60966096View Page19020405Saturday, April 5th, 1902Mrs. R. H. CorseMrs. R. H. Corse1417. E. Gilbert
61746174View Page19020716Wednesday, July 16th, 1902Clyde V. FiantClyde V. Fiant227 E. Jackson St.
60466046View Page19020220Thursday, February 20th, 1902Mrs. G B GallagherMrs. G B Gallagher224. E. 8th
60616061View Page19020305Wednesday, March 5th, 1902Eddie HanleyEddie Hanley821 E. Jackson
60126012View Page19020118Saturday, January 18th, 1902Mrs. F. P. HulettMrs. F. P. Hulett420 E. Wysor_
61876187View Page19020806Wednesday, August 6th, 1902Anna KistnerAnna Kistner600 W. Chas. St.
60586058View Page19020301Saturday, March 1st, 1902Leo LongLeo Long319 W. Maine
62126212View Page19020906Saturday, September 6th, 1902Arthur McWhorterArthur McWhorter414 Riverside Ave.
61996199View Page19020813Wednesday, August 13th, 1902Cora NelsonCora Nelson211 S. Cherry St.
62686268View Page19021024Friday, October 24th, 1902Lalah RandleLalah Randle217 S. High St.
60166016View Page19020123Thursday, January 23rd, 1902Wm H SchmidWm H Schmid2207. S Walnut
60946094View Page19020405Saturday, April 5th, 1902William SteinbergWilliam Steinberg201. E. 8th
59855985View Page19020102Thursday, January 2nd, 1902J. H. WhiteJ. H. White118 S. Grant
61066106View Page19020428Monday, April 28th, 1902Leonie ZollerLeonie Zoller505 S Franklin
21772177View Page18840314Friday, March 14th, 1884Thad A NeelyThad A NeelyEast Adams
23232323View Page18851029Thursday, October 29th, 1885Frank GassFrank GassEast Main
22772277View Page18850514Thursday, May 14th, 1885Rose RussellRose RussellWest Charels St.
23882388View Page18861106Saturday, November 6th, 1886Fred PutnamFred PutnamJackson & Mulberry
23782378View Page18860807Saturday, August 7th, 1886Flora RussillFlora RussillEast Adams st
24192419View Page18870519Thursday, May 19th, 1887B F BarboB F BarboCor. Madison and 2nd.
24172417View Page18870506Friday, May 6th, 1887Miriam CaseMiriam CaseSouth Liberty
23992399View Page18870128Friday, January 28th, 1887Arthur B. CassadyArthur B. CassadyWest Washington st
24062406View Page18870301Tuesday, March 1st, 1887Nora CoffeenNora CoffeenEast Main
24352435View Page18871015Saturday, October 15th, 1887Tena GreelyTena GreelyCherry and Maine
24362436View Page18871017Monday, October 17th, 1887Nora McCreightNora McCreightEast Jackson st.
24622462View Page18880227Monday, February 27th, 1888Alton HastingsAlton HastingsEast Main
24842484View Page18880918Tuesday, September 18th, 1888Frak RiegleFrak RiegleEast Jackson and Mul
49384938View Page18981231Saturday, December 31st, 1898Wm HartmanWm Hartman215 S Vine
25262526View Page18890402Tuesday, April 2nd, 1889Winton HawkWinton Hawk508 S Hackley
47364736View Page18980613Monday, June 13th, 1898Austin KerinAustin Kerin1523 East Main st
50735073View Page18990501Monday, May 1st, 1899Mrs. J. P. BrownMrs. J. P. Brown812 E. Jackson
47204720View Page18980209Wednesday, February 9th, 1898Arthur BartleArthur Bartle917 S Walnut
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Acc. #TitleBorrower NamePat. #Listed Patron NameTransaction Comments
18911109Monday, November 9th, 1891View Page066816681Underground city, or, The child of the cavern.Underground city, or, The child of the cavern.Vinzent Yurling25662566Vinzent YurlingVinzent Yurling
18911121Saturday, November 21st, 1891View Page066816681Underground city, or, The child of the cavern.Underground city, or, The child of the cavern.Winton Hawk25262526Winton HawkWinton HawkPatron ID of Isaac Humphrey
18911203Thursday, December 3rd, 1891View Page066816681Underground city, or, The child of the cavern.Underground city, or, The child of the cavern.Mrs T H Johnson28502850Theo. H. JohnsonTheo. H. Johnson
18911204Friday, December 4th, 1891View Page066906690The tour of the world in eighty days.The tour of the world in eighty days.Mr T H Johnson28502850Theo. H. JohnsonTheo. H. Johnson
18911207Monday, December 7th, 1891View Page066906690The tour of the world in eighty days.The tour of the world in eighty days.Arthur Keelor28262826Alfred DavisAlfred Davis
18911210Thursday, December 10th, 1891View Page066816681Underground city, or, The child of the cavern.Underground city, or, The child of the cavern.Willie Hedrick28082808Willie HedrickWillie Hedrick
18911216Wednesday, December 16th, 1891View Page066906690The tour of the world in eighty days.The tour of the world in eighty days.Homer Shaw28282828Homer ShawHomer Shaw
18911221Monday, December 21st, 1891View Page066816681Underground city, or, The child of the cavern.Underground city, or, The child of the cavern.Richard Kirk28952895Richard KirkeRichard Kirke
18920111Monday, January 11th, 1892View Page066816681Underground city, or, The child of the cavern.Underground city, or, The child of the cavern.Alice Leonard28672867Alice LeonardAlice Leonard
18920119Tuesday, January 19th, 1892View Page066906690The tour of the world in eighty days.The tour of the world in eighty days.Lloyd Kimbrough29542954Lloyd KimbroughLloyd Kimbrough
18920119Tuesday, January 19th, 1892View Page066816681Underground city, or, The child of the cavern.Underground city, or, The child of the cavern.John Kirby15501550Bessie WilliamsBessie Williams
18920125Monday, January 25th, 1892View Page066816681Underground city, or, The child of the cavern.Underground city, or, The child of the cavern.Rollin Baker29522952Rollin BakerRollin Baker
18920206Saturday, February 6th, 1892View Page066906690The tour of the world in eighty days.The tour of the world in eighty days.Harry D. Hartley28812881Harry HartleyHarry Hartley
18920210Wednesday, February 10th, 1892View Page066816681Underground city, or, The child of the cavern.Underground city, or, The child of the cavern.Winnie Swan29812981Winnie SwainWinnie Swain
18920213Saturday, February 13th, 1892View Page066906690The tour of the world in eighty days.The tour of the world in eighty days.Chas Langdon27532753Charlie LangdonCharlie Langdon
18920215Monday, February 15th, 1892View Page066906690The tour of the world in eighty days.The tour of the world in eighty days.Arthur McKinley29232923Arther McKinleyArther McKinley
18920217Wednesday, February 17th, 1892View Page066816681Underground city, or, The child of the cavern.Underground city, or, The child of the cavern.Walter Moreland29432943Wattia MarchWattia March
18920220Saturday, February 20th, 1892View Page066816681Underground city, or, The child of the cavern.Underground city, or, The child of the cavern.Marvin Carver29562956Loyd CarverLoyd Carver
18920223Tuesday, February 23rd, 1892View Page066816681Underground city, or, The child of the cavern.Underground city, or, The child of the cavern.Herbert Johnston29502950Herbert JohnstonHerbert Johnston
18920227Saturday, February 27th, 1892View Page066906690The tour of the world in eighty days.The tour of the world in eighty days.Marvin Carver29562956Loyd CarverLoyd Carver
18920303Thursday, March 3rd, 1892View Page066906690The tour of the world in eighty days.The tour of the world in eighty days.Leotta Hudson29392939Leotha HudsonLeotha Hudson
18920321Monday, March 21st, 1892View Page066816681Underground city, or, The child of the cavern.Underground city, or, The child of the cavern.Alfred Abbott30073007Alfred AbbottAlfred Abbott
18920331Thursday, March 31st, 1892View Page066906690The tour of the world in eighty days.The tour of the world in eighty days.Mrs L.D. Arthurholt29772977Mrs. ArthurholtMrs. Arthurholt
18920402Saturday, April 2nd, 1892View Page066816681Underground city, or, The child of the cavern.Underground city, or, The child of the cavern.John Morin28932893John L. MorinJohn L. Morin
18920411Monday, April 11th, 1892View Page066816681Underground city, or, The child of the cavern.Underground city, or, The child of the cavern.Agnes Howe0206206Flora L. JackFlora L. Jack
18920512Thursday, May 12th, 1892View Page066816681Underground city, or, The child of the cavern.Underground city, or, The child of the cavern.Nellie Kinert27602760Nella KinertNella Kinert
18920513Friday, May 13th, 1892View Page066816681Underground city, or, The child of the cavern.Underground city, or, The child of the cavern.Campbell Keirstead30023002Campbell KeirsteadCampbell Keirstead
18920519Thursday, May 19th, 1892View Page066816681Underground city, or, The child of the cavern.Underground city, or, The child of the cavern.Roy Whitney30583058Roy WhitneyRoy Whitney
18920526Thursday, May 26th, 1892View Page086348634The pathfinder; or, The inland sea.The pathfinder; or, The inland sea.Winton Hawk25262526Winton HawkWinton Hawk"Pathfinder" listed as book ID
18941108Thursday, November 8th, 1894View Page090519051The Abbé Constantin.The Abbé Constantin.Jean Bradbury12061206Jeannie BradburyJeannie Bradbury
18941110Saturday, November 10th, 1894View Page090979097My uncle and my curé.My uncle and my curé.Will Swann27472747Will SwanWill Swan
18941116Friday, November 16th, 1894View Page066816681Underground city, or, The child of the cavern.Underground city, or, The child of the cavern.Mr John Cramer44744474John CramerJohn Cramer
18941117Saturday, November 17th, 1894View Page090519051The Abbé Constantin.The Abbé Constantin.Sarah Mong12671267Sarah J. MongSarah J. Mong
18941124Saturday, November 24th, 1894View Page090979097My uncle and my curé.My uncle and my curé.Sue S. Mong0365365Sue S. MongSue S. Mong
18941126Monday, November 26th, 1894View Page090519051The Abbé Constantin.The Abbé Constantin.Mrs E. Winton0194194Ell WintonEll Winton
18941127Tuesday, November 27th, 1894View Page090959095The gallant lords of Bois-Doré.The gallant lords of Bois-Doré.Mr. David Llewelyn46234623D. T. LlewelynD. T. Llewelyn
18941130Friday, November 30th, 1894View Page090969096The gallant lords of Bois-Doré.The gallant lords of Bois-Doré.David Llewelyn46234623D. T. LlewelynD. T. Llewelyn
18941201Saturday, December 1st, 1894View Page090979097My uncle and my curé.My uncle and my curé.Katie Keuchman26072607Katie KuechmannKatie Kuechmann
18941201Saturday, December 1st, 1894View Page090959095The gallant lords of Bois-Doré.The gallant lords of Bois-Doré.Mrs Thos Winsor29152915Mrs. Thomas WinsorMrs. Thomas Winsor
18941204Tuesday, December 4th, 1894View Page090969096The gallant lords of Bois-Doré.The gallant lords of Bois-Doré.Mrs Thos Winsor29152915Mrs. Thomas WinsorMrs. Thomas Winsor
18941206Thursday, December 6th, 1894View Page090519051The Abbé Constantin.The Abbé Constantin.Mr E. L. Boyce46314631Eugene L. BoyceEugene L. Boyce
18941208Saturday, December 8th, 1894View Page090519051The Abbé Constantin.The Abbé Constantin.Mystle Shoemaker43184318Myrtie L. ShoemakerMyrtie L. Shoemaker
18941208Saturday, December 8th, 1894View Page066906690The tour of the world in eighty days.The tour of the world in eighty days.Mr B. F. Barbs24192419B F BarboB F Barbo
18941208Saturday, December 8th, 1894View Page086348634The pathfinder; or, The inland sea.The pathfinder; or, The inland sea.Harry White46374637Harry WhiteHarry White
18941217Monday, December 17th, 1894View Page066816681Underground city, or, The child of the cavern.Underground city, or, The child of the cavern.Howard Dudley41994199Howard DudleyHoward Dudley
18941218Tuesday, December 18th, 1894View Page090979097My uncle and my curé.My uncle and my curé.Mr F. G. Brownell41084108Mrs. F G BrownellMrs. F G Brownellfixed borrower's name (orig. Browell)
18941224Monday, December 24th, 1894View Page090519051The Abbé Constantin.The Abbé Constantin.Lizzie Kuhn16251625Linnie MarshLinnie Marsh
18941228Friday, December 28th, 1894View Page066816681Underground city, or, The child of the cavern.Underground city, or, The child of the cavern.Turner McKinney16101610Y McKinneyY McKinney
18941229Saturday, December 29th, 1894View Page090519051The Abbé Constantin.The Abbé Constantin.Prof T H Johnson28502850Theo. H. JohnsonTheo. H. Johnson
18950107Monday, January 7th, 1895View Page066816681Underground city, or, The child of the cavern.Underground city, or, The child of the cavern.L. E. Williams46394639L. E. WilliamsL. E. Williams
18950111Friday, January 11th, 1895View Page090959095The gallant lords of Bois-Doré.The gallant lords of Bois-Doré.Mrs Bert Bradbury11881188Burt BradburyBurt Bradbury
18950117Thursday, January 17th, 1895View Page066816681Underground city, or, The child of the cavern.Underground city, or, The child of the cavern.Walter Roof42114211Walter RoofWalter Roof
18950121Monday, January 21st, 1895View Page066816681Underground city, or, The child of the cavern.Underground city, or, The child of the cavern.Lonnie Bragg46944694Lonnie BraggLonnie Bragg
18950124Thursday, January 24th, 1895View Page019851985The notary's nose.The notary's nose.Tena Greely24352435Tena GreelyTena Greely
18950129Tuesday, January 29th, 1895View Page066906690The tour of the world in eighty days.The tour of the world in eighty days.Lonnie Bragg46944694Lonnie BraggLonnie Bragg
18950129Tuesday, January 29th, 1895View Page090979097My uncle and my curé.My uncle and my curé.Mrs F. G. Brownell41084108Mrs. F G BrownellMrs. F G Brownell
18950202Saturday, February 2nd, 1895View Page090979097My uncle and my curé.My uncle and my curé.Mrs Lizzie Banks28532853Lizzie BanksLizzie Banks
18950209Saturday, February 9th, 1895View Page090519051The Abbé Constantin.The Abbé Constantin.Mrs. F. G. Brownell41084108Mrs. F G BrownellMrs. F G Brownell
18950218Monday, February 18th, 1895View Page090519051The Abbé Constantin.The Abbé Constantin.Mrs Ed W Bishop18381838Elsie BishopElsie Bishop
18950223Saturday, February 23rd, 1895View Page090519051The Abbé Constantin.The Abbé Constantin.Nellie Jensen41024102Nellie JensenNellie Jensen
18950302Saturday, March 2nd, 1895View Page090519051The Abbé Constantin.The Abbé Constantin.Ola Emerson24302430Ola EmersonOla Emerson
18950314Thursday, March 14th, 1895View Page066816681Underground city, or, The child of the cavern.Underground city, or, The child of the cavern.Frank Hulett44564456Frank R. HulettFrank R. Hulett
18950320Wednesday, March 20th, 1895View Page019851985The notary's nose.The notary's nose.Bertha Wood21382138Miss. Bertha WoodMiss. Bertha Wood
18950323Saturday, March 23rd, 1895View Page086348634The pathfinder; or, The inland sea.The pathfinder; or, The inland sea.Miss Lizzie Kusick30393039Lizzie KusickLizzie Kusick
18950325Monday, March 25th, 1895View Page00976976Typee : a peep at Polynesian life during a four months residence in a valley of the Marquesas.Typee : a peep at Polynesian life during a four months residence in a valley of the Marquesas.Fred Putnam23882388Fred PutnamFred Putnam
18950329Friday, March 29th, 1895View Page090519051The Abbé Constantin.The Abbé Constantin.Mrs. Elenore Winton44174417Elmira WintonElmira Wintonfixed borrower's name (orig. Winters)
18950401Monday, April 1st, 1895View Page066816681Underground city, or, The child of the cavern.Underground city, or, The child of the cavern.Charlie Dye45904590Charlie DyeCharlie Dye
18950402Tuesday, April 2nd, 1895View Page090979097My uncle and my curé.My uncle and my curé.Thos P. Kirby0599599Thomas H. KirbyThomas H. Kirby
18950404Thursday, April 4th, 1895View Page090959095The gallant lords of Bois-Doré.The gallant lords of Bois-Doré.Mildred Westlake18841884Ella MillerElla Miller
18950408Monday, April 8th, 1895View Page090519051The Abbé Constantin.The Abbé Constantin.Mr. S. B. Garrett27122712S. B. GarrettS. B. Garrett
18950409Tuesday, April 9th, 1895View Page090519051The Abbé Constantin.The Abbé Constantin.Roy Whitney30583058Roy WhitneyRoy Whitney
18950419Friday, April 19th, 1895View Page090519051The Abbé Constantin.The Abbé Constantin.Earl Lockwood42914291Earl LockwoodEarl Lockwood
18950423Tuesday, April 23rd, 1895View Page066816681Underground city, or, The child of the cavern.Underground city, or, The child of the cavern.D. P. Grimmesley29982998D. R. GrimmesyD. R. Grimmesy
18950429Monday, April 29th, 1895View Page066816681Underground city, or, The child of the cavern.Underground city, or, The child of the cavern.Charles Casterline31623162Charles CasterlineCharles Casterline
18950429Monday, April 29th, 1895View Page090979097My uncle and my curé.My uncle and my curé.Bert Bradbury11881188Burt BradburyBurt Bradbury
18950508Wednesday, May 8th, 1895View Page090519051The Abbé Constantin.The Abbé Constantin.Omer Mitchell24522452Omer MitchellOmer Mitchell
18950510Friday, May 10th, 1895View Page066816681Underground city, or, The child of the cavern.Underground city, or, The child of the cavern.Janie Templer40144014E. R. TemplerE. R. Templer"45" written after patron's name
18950518Saturday, May 18th, 1895View Page090519051The Abbé Constantin.The Abbé Constantin.Mrs. M. H. Gable42994299Mrs. M. H. GableMrs. M. H. Gable
18950522Wednesday, May 22nd, 1895View Page086348634The pathfinder; or, The inland sea.The pathfinder; or, The inland sea.Mr. G. A. McLain31563156T. A. McLainT. A. McLain
18950523Thursday, May 23rd, 1895View Page066816681Underground city, or, The child of the cavern.Underground city, or, The child of the cavern.Vida Cassady23442344Vida CassadyVida Cassady
18950528Tuesday, May 28th, 1895View Page066816681Underground city, or, The child of the cavern.Underground city, or, The child of the cavern.Charles Jenkins31593159Chas JenkinsChas Jenkins
18950605Wednesday, June 5th, 1895View Page090519051The Abbé Constantin.The Abbé Constantin.Mrs. M. E. Gerstel31553155Mrs. Myrtle StametsMrs. Myrtle Stamets
18950608Saturday, June 8th, 1895View Page090979097My uncle and my curé.My uncle and my curé.Mary Kinert43704370Mary KinertMary Kinert
18950608Saturday, June 8th, 1895View Page090959095The gallant lords of Bois-Doré.The gallant lords of Bois-Doré.Mrs. L. M. Hemingray43914391L. M. HemingrayL. M. Hemingrayfixed borrower's name (orig. Hemingway)
18950617Monday, June 17th, 1895View Page090979097My uncle and my curé.My uncle and my curé.Clara Leonard25912591Clara LeonardClara Leonard
18950622Saturday, June 22nd, 1895View Page066906690The tour of the world in eighty days.The tour of the world in eighty days.Robbie Scott29862986Robbie ScottRobbie Scott
18950625Tuesday, June 25th, 1895View Page090519051The Abbé Constantin.The Abbé Constantin.Mr. E. A. Edwards45654565E. A. EdwardsE. A. Edwards
18950703Wednesday, July 3rd, 1895View Page086348634The pathfinder; or, The inland sea.The pathfinder; or, The inland sea.Winston Hank25262526Winton HawkWinton Hawk
18950713Saturday, July 13th, 1895View Page086348634The pathfinder; or, The inland sea.The pathfinder; or, The inland sea.Geo Thompson28732873Geo. ThompsonGeo. Thompson
18950718Thursday, July 18th, 1895View Page090519051The Abbé Constantin.The Abbé Constantin.Mrs. John Bowers45434543Mrs. John BowersMrs. John Bowers
18950719Friday, July 19th, 1895View Page066906690The tour of the world in eighty days.The tour of the world in eighty days.Mrs. Cyrus Lyner40604060Mrs. C. TynerMrs. C. Tynerfixed borrower's name (orig. "Turner")
18950726Friday, July 26th, 1895View Page00785785The conscript : a story of the French war of 1813.The conscript : a story of the French war of 1813.Mrs. Mary Leonard43164316Mrs. Mary LeonardMrs. Mary Leonard
18950821Wednesday, August 21st, 1895View Page090519051The Abbé Constantin.The Abbé Constantin.Louise Maddy29342934Louise MaddyLouise Maddy
18950905Thursday, September 5th, 1895View Page066816681Underground city, or, The child of the cavern.Underground city, or, The child of the cavern.Leslie Spornhauer30703070Leslie SpornhauerLeslie Spornhauer
18950907Saturday, September 7th, 1895View Page090959095The gallant lords of Bois-Doré.The gallant lords of Bois-Doré.Clarence Greely40754075Clarence GreelyClarence Greely
18950907Saturday, September 7th, 1895View Page090969096The gallant lords of Bois-Doré.The gallant lords of Bois-Doré.Mrs Lena Greely24352435Tena GreelyTena GreelyNumber 22 noted after patron name
18950912Thursday, September 12th, 1895View Page066906690The tour of the world in eighty days.The tour of the world in eighty days.Fred Cecil43384338Fred CecilFred Cecil
18950924Tuesday, September 24th, 1895View Page090519051The Abbé Constantin.The Abbé Constantin.Louise Phinnypatron ID illegible
18950930Monday, September 30th, 1895View Page066816681Underground city, or, The child of the cavern.Underground city, or, The child of the cavern.Clyde Leager28782878Clyde LeagerClyde Leager
18951002Wednesday, October 2nd, 1895View Page066906690The tour of the world in eighty days.The tour of the world in eighty days.Mr T.A. McLain31563156T. A. McLainT. A. McLain
18951007Monday, October 7th, 1895View Page086348634The pathfinder; or, The inland sea.The pathfinder; or, The inland sea.Josie Jones44294429Vida StacyVida Stacy
18951012Saturday, October 12th, 1895View Page066816681Underground city, or, The child of the cavern.Underground city, or, The child of the cavern.Walter Bartlett31403140Walter BartlettWalter Bartlett
18951017Thursday, October 17th, 1895View Page066816681Underground city, or, The child of the cavern.Underground city, or, The child of the cavern.Edna Beard42334233Miss. Edna BeardMiss. Edna Beard
18951026Saturday, October 26th, 1895View Page090519051The Abbé Constantin.The Abbé Constantin.Mrs Anna Tabb31883188Anna G. TabbAnna G. Tabb
18951030Wednesday, October 30th, 1895View Page090959095The gallant lords of Bois-Doré.The gallant lords of Bois-Doré.Mrs T H Barton29712971Mrs. T. H. BartonMrs. T. H. Barton
18951101Friday, November 1st, 1895View Page090969096The gallant lords of Bois-Doré.The gallant lords of Bois-Doré.Mrs T H Barton29712971Mrs. T. H. BartonMrs. T. H. Barton
18951107Thursday, November 7th, 1895View Page00698698The deerslayer, or, The first war-path : a tale.The deerslayer, or, The first war-path : a tale.Marvin Carver29562956Loyd CarverLoyd Carver
18951109Saturday, November 9th, 1895View Page090979097My uncle and my curé.My uncle and my curé.Mrs Frank Taylor46574657Mrs. F. TaylorMrs. F. Taylor
18951111Monday, November 11th, 1895View Page090519051The Abbé Constantin.The Abbé Constantin.Mrs R.A. King41894189Mrs. R. A. KingMrs. R. A. King
18951127Wednesday, November 27th, 1895View Page066816681Underground city, or, The child of the cavern.Underground city, or, The child of the cavern.Belle Moin46894689Miss. Bella MoinMiss. Bella Moin
18951202Monday, December 2nd, 1895View Page090519051The Abbé Constantin.The Abbé Constantin.Ella Jeffers46344634Ella JeffersElla Jeffers
18951224Tuesday, December 24th, 1895View Page090519051The Abbé Constantin.The Abbé Constantin.Lizzie Kuhn16251625Linnie MarshLinnie MarshNumber 40 noted next to patron name
18951228Saturday, December 28th, 1895View Page090519051The Abbé Constantin.The Abbé Constantin.Elizabeth Gable46334633Elizabeth GableElizabeth Gable
18951231Tuesday, December 31st, 1895View Page066816681Underground city, or, The child of the cavern.Underground city, or, The child of the cavern.Charles Langdon27532753Charlie LangdonCharlie Langdon
18960102Thursday, January 2nd, 1896View Page086348634The pathfinder; or, The inland sea.The pathfinder; or, The inland sea.Bertha Hussey25872587Miss. Bertha HusseyMiss. Bertha HusseyOriginal transaction lists patron # as 2537, but this was likely an error and has been changed to reflect Bertha Hussey's actual patron # 2587.
18960111Saturday, January 11th, 1896View Page00976976Typee : a peep at Polynesian life during a four months residence in a valley of the Marquesas.Typee : a peep at Polynesian life during a four months residence in a valley of the Marquesas.Mr A. Williams44954495Mr. A. WilliamsMr. A. Williamsfixed patron number (orig. 4045)
18960118Saturday, January 18th, 1896View Page066816681Underground city, or, The child of the cavern.Underground city, or, The child of the cavern.Zoe Wery32633263Zoe WeryZoe Wery
18960118Saturday, January 18th, 1896View Page00785785The conscript : a story of the French war of 1813.The conscript : a story of the French war of 1813.Mr Heinrich P.29662966Heinrich PfitznerHeinrich Pfitzner
18960125Saturday, January 25th, 1896View Page090519051The Abbé Constantin.The Abbé Constantin.Jennie Baldwin30873087Jimmie BaldwinJimmie Baldwin
18960127Monday, January 27th, 1896View Page096069606A boy of the First Empire.A boy of the First Empire.Earl Williams32003200Earl WilliamsEarl Williams
18960129Wednesday, January 29th, 1896View Page096069606A boy of the First Empire.A boy of the First Empire.Mr Moses Cohen28972897Mr. Moses CohenMr. Moses CohenOriginal transaction lists patron # as 2397, but this was likely an error and has been changed to reflect Mr Moses Cohen's actual patron # 2897.
18960207Friday, February 7th, 1896View Page096069606A boy of the First Empire.A boy of the First Empire.Jamie Templer40144014E. R. TemplerE. R. Templer
18960207Friday, February 7th, 1896View Page096679667The last of the Mohicans : a narrative of 1757.The last of the Mohicans : a narrative of 1757.Della Sample24402440Della SampleDella Sample
18960208Saturday, February 8th, 1896View Page086348634The pathfinder; or, The inland sea.The pathfinder; or, The inland sea.Earl Nutting27832783Earl NuttingEarl Nutting
18960212Wednesday, February 12th, 1896View Page096069606A boy of the First Empire.A boy of the First Empire.Robt Hemingray25332533Mark CarvelMark Carvel
18960215Saturday, February 15th, 1896View Page096069606A boy of the First Empire.A boy of the First Empire.Mrs Jennie Boomer42944294Mrs. Jennie EvansMrs. Jennie Evans
18960218Tuesday, February 18th, 1896View Page096679667The last of the Mohicans : a narrative of 1757.The last of the Mohicans : a narrative of 1757.Mrs L Buzby33503350Mrs. L BuzbyMrs. L Buzby
18960302Monday, March 2nd, 1896View Page090979097My uncle and my curé.My uncle and my curé.Mrs Tena Greely24352435Tena GreelyTena Greely
18960302Monday, March 2nd, 1896View Page096069606A boy of the First Empire.A boy of the First Empire.Harry Ward44154415Harry WardHarry Ward
18960303Tuesday, March 3rd, 1896View Page066816681Underground city, or, The child of the cavern.Underground city, or, The child of the cavern.Loys Saxon33403340Loys SaxonLoys Saxon
18960304Wednesday, March 4th, 1896View Page096069606A boy of the First Empire.A boy of the First Empire.Edna Smith43144314Edna SmithEdna Smith
18960305Thursday, March 5th, 1896View Page090969096The gallant lords of Bois-Doré.The gallant lords of Bois-Doré.Mrs Ada Shuttleworth18971897Ada ShuttleworthAda Shuttleworth
18960307Saturday, March 7th, 1896View Page096069606A boy of the First Empire.A boy of the First Empire.Vida Cassady23442344Vida CassadyVida Cassady
18960309Monday, March 9th, 1896View Page096069606A boy of the First Empire.A boy of the First Empire.Mrs Kate Knowlton28142814Bobbie KnowltonBobbie Knowlton
18960310Tuesday, March 10th, 1896View Page096069606A boy of the First Empire.A boy of the First Empire.John M Russey32193219John M RusseyJohn M Russey
18960313Friday, March 13th, 1896View Page096069606A boy of the First Empire.A boy of the First Empire.Carl Tuhey29072907Carl TuheyCarl Tuhey
18960321Saturday, March 21st, 1896View Page096069606A boy of the First Empire.A boy of the First Empire.Stephen Doerman43554355Stephen DoermanStephen Doerman
18960324Tuesday, March 24th, 1896View Page090959095The gallant lords of Bois-Doré.The gallant lords of Bois-Doré.Mr A. Williams44954495Mr. A. WilliamsMr. A. Williams
18960324Tuesday, March 24th, 1896View Page090969096The gallant lords of Bois-Doré.The gallant lords of Bois-Doré.Mrs E. Williams44964496Mrs. E WilliamsMrs. E Williams
18960325Wednesday, March 25th, 1896View Page066816681Underground city, or, The child of the cavern.Underground city, or, The child of the cavern.Robbie Knowlton0715715Addie KnowltonAddie Knowlton
18960330Monday, March 30th, 1896View Page066906690The tour of the world in eighty days.The tour of the world in eighty days.Loys Saxon33403340Loys SaxonLoys Saxon
18960402Thursday, April 2nd, 1896View Page066816681Underground city, or, The child of the cavern.Underground city, or, The child of the cavern.Enos Baldwin30743074Enos BaldwinEnos Baldwin
18960404Saturday, April 4th, 1896View Page090519051The Abbé Constantin.The Abbé Constantin.Nathalia Bricker42784278Nathalia BrickerNathalia Bricker
18960406Monday, April 6th, 1896View Page066906690The tour of the world in eighty days.The tour of the world in eighty days.Mrs G W Munn43524352Mrs. G. W. MunnMrs. G. W. Munn
18960409Thursday, April 9th, 1896View Page096069606A boy of the First Empire.A boy of the First Empire.Rudolph Bloom41684168Rudolph BloomRudolph Bloom
18960427Monday, April 27th, 1896View Page097979797The ironmaster; or, Love and pride.The ironmaster; or, Love and pride.Willie Crawford28122812Willie CrawfordWillie Crawford
18960429Wednesday, April 29th, 1896View Page098249824Consuelo ... Translated ... by Fayette Robinson.Consuelo ... Translated ... by Fayette Robinson.Mr. A. Williams44954495Mr. A. WilliamsMr. A. Williams
18960501Friday, May 1st, 1896View Page090519051The Abbé Constantin.The Abbé Constantin.Mrs John M Deitz32323232J. M. SeitzJ. M. Seitz
18960502Saturday, May 2nd, 1896View Page098249824Consuelo ... Translated ... by Fayette Robinson.Consuelo ... Translated ... by Fayette Robinson.Ola Emerson24302430Ola EmersonOla Emerson
18960505Tuesday, May 5th, 1896View Page096069606A boy of the First Empire.A boy of the First Empire.W W Orr0172172W. W. OrrW. W. Orr
18960506Wednesday, May 6th, 1896View Page096679667The last of the Mohicans : a narrative of 1757.The last of the Mohicans : a narrative of 1757.Mrs. A.S. Templer33813381Addison TemplerAddison Templer
18960509Saturday, May 9th, 1896View Page098249824Consuelo ... Translated ... by Fayette Robinson.Consuelo ... Translated ... by Fayette Robinson.Mrs Maggie Emerson007878Kate WilsonKate Wilson
18960604Thursday, June 4th, 1896View Page098249824Consuelo ... Translated ... by Fayette Robinson.Consuelo ... Translated ... by Fayette Robinson.Mrs John Carey32563256Mrs. John CaseyMrs. John Casey
18960606Saturday, June 6th, 1896View Page086348634The pathfinder; or, The inland sea.The pathfinder; or, The inland sea.Michael Casey31133113J Micheal CaseyJ Micheal Casey
18960609Tuesday, June 9th, 1896View Page096069606A boy of the First Empire.A boy of the First Empire.Ray Thornburg40004000Ray ThornburgRay Thornburg
18960612Friday, June 12th, 1896View Page097979797The ironmaster; or, Love and pride.The ironmaster; or, Love and pride.Mrs Nellie Kilsheimer45574557Nettie LeonNettie Leon
18960617Wednesday, June 17th, 1896View Page066816681Underground city, or, The child of the cavern.Underground city, or, The child of the cavern.Blaine Smith44044404Blaine SmithBlaine Smith
18960629Monday, June 29th, 1896View Page098249824Consuelo ... Translated ... by Fayette Robinson.Consuelo ... Translated ... by Fayette Robinson.Gertrude Hagadorn28182818Gertrude HagadornGertrude Hagadorn
18960710Friday, July 10th, 1896View Page096069606A boy of the First Empire.A boy of the First Empire.Fred Rose42294229Fred D. RoseFred D. Rose
18960715Wednesday, July 15th, 1896View Page090979097My uncle and my curé.My uncle and my curé.Mrs. S. P Wildman20802080Mrs. S. P. WildmanMrs. S. P. Wildman
18960720Monday, July 20th, 1896View Page096679667The last of the Mohicans : a narrative of 1757.The last of the Mohicans : a narrative of 1757.H W Milhoff34713471H. Willis MilhoffH. Willis Milhoff
18960722Wednesday, July 22nd, 1896View Page090979097My uncle and my curé.My uncle and my curé.Mrs. Mary Luick0957957Mary J. LuickMary J. Luick
18960722Wednesday, July 22nd, 1896View Page096069606A boy of the First Empire.A boy of the First Empire.Claude Smith32713271Claud SmithClaud Smith
18960727Monday, July 27th, 1896View Page098249824Consuelo ... Translated ... by Fayette Robinson.Consuelo ... Translated ... by Fayette Robinson.Mrs A J Williams42034203Mrs. A. J. WilliamsMrs. A. J. Williams
18960804Tuesday, August 4th, 1896View Page066816681Underground city, or, The child of the cavern.Underground city, or, The child of the cavern.Elsie Best34823482Mrs. Elsie BestMrs. Elsie Best
18960806Thursday, August 6th, 1896View Page090979097My uncle and my curé.My uncle and my curé.Mrs Mary Luick0957957Mary J. LuickMary J. Luick
18960808Saturday, August 8th, 1896View Page096069606A boy of the First Empire.A boy of the First Empire.Henri Gable34533453Henri GableHenri Gable
18960808Saturday, August 8th, 1896View Page097979797The ironmaster; or, Love and pride.The ironmaster; or, Love and pride.Mrs. Carrie Andrews0102102Carrie AndrewsCarrie Andrews
18960812Wednesday, August 12th, 1896View Page098249824Consuelo ... Translated ... by Fayette Robinson.Consuelo ... Translated ... by Fayette Robinson.Mrs A J Williams42034203Mrs. A. J. WilliamsMrs. A. J. Williams
18960819Wednesday, August 19th, 1896View Page097979797The ironmaster; or, Love and pride.The ironmaster; or, Love and pride.Rebekah Denslow34753475Rebekah DenslowRebekah Denslow
18960824Monday, August 24th, 1896View Page090519051The Abbé Constantin.The Abbé Constantin.Eva H Little29052905Eva HagemanEva Hageman
18960919Saturday, September 19th, 1896View Page098249824Consuelo ... Translated ... by Fayette Robinson.Consuelo ... Translated ... by Fayette Robinson.Miriam Case24172417Miriam CaseMiriam Case
18960923Wednesday, September 23rd, 1896View Page096679667The last of the Mohicans : a narrative of 1757.The last of the Mohicans : a narrative of 1757.Mrs Clara B. Kendall32203220Clara B KendallClara B Kendall
18960923Wednesday, September 23rd, 1896View Page066816681Underground city, or, The child of the cavern.Underground city, or, The child of the cavern.Mable Riegle35123512Mabel RiegleMabel Rieglenumber "41" marked next to patron's name
18961010Saturday, October 10th, 1896View Page098249824Consuelo ... Translated ... by Fayette Robinson.Consuelo ... Translated ... by Fayette Robinson.Carroll Hemingray32343234Carroll HemingrayCarroll Hemingray
18961012Monday, October 12th, 1896View Page096069606A boy of the First Empire.A boy of the First Empire.Phebe Lockwood17431743Rebecca LockwoodRebecca Lockwood
18961015Thursday, October 15th, 1896View Page096069606A boy of the First Empire.A boy of the First Empire.Raymond Meeker34963496Raymond MeekerRaymond Meeker
18961017Saturday, October 17th, 1896View Page098249824Consuelo ... Translated ... by Fayette Robinson.Consuelo ... Translated ... by Fayette Robinson.Mrs Geo Kirby40504050Mr. Geo. KirbyMr. Geo. Kirby
18961024Saturday, October 24th, 1896View Page097979797The ironmaster; or, Love and pride.The ironmaster; or, Love and pride.Heinrich Pfitzner29662966Heinrich PfitznerHeinrich Pfitzner
18961024Saturday, October 24th, 1896View Page066816681Underground city, or, The child of the cavern.Underground city, or, The child of the cavern.Mr. Frank Boyer35013501Frank BoyerFrank Boyer
18961029Thursday, October 29th, 1896View Page096069606A boy of the First Empire.A boy of the First Empire.Raymond Meeker34963496Raymond MeekerRaymond Meeker
18961031Saturday, October 31st, 1896View Page098249824Consuelo ... Translated ... by Fayette Robinson.Consuelo ... Translated ... by Fayette Robinson.Geo. Kirby40504050Mr. Geo. KirbyMr. Geo. Kirby
18961103Tuesday, November 3rd, 1896View Page019851985The notary's nose.The notary's nose.Mrs H M Denslow35303530Mrs. H. M. DenslowMrs. H. M. Denslow
18961107Saturday, November 7th, 1896View Page066816681Underground city, or, The child of the cavern.Underground city, or, The child of the cavern.Gola Langdon35423542Gola LangdonGola Langdon
18961109Monday, November 9th, 1896View Page096069606A boy of the First Empire.A boy of the First Empire.Winlock Turner44104410Winlock TurnerWinlock Turnernumber "75" marked next to patron's name
18961110Tuesday, November 10th, 1896View Page096679667The last of the Mohicans : a narrative of 1757.The last of the Mohicans : a narrative of 1757.Claude Smith32713271Claud SmithClaud Smith
18961114Saturday, November 14th, 1896View Page096069606A boy of the First Empire.A boy of the First Empire.Mabelle Keuchman17081708Charles ScottCharles ScottPatron ID of Charles Scott
18961116Monday, November 16th, 1896View Page090519051The Abbé Constantin.The Abbé Constantin.Llewellyn Hemingray43914391L. M. HemingrayL. M. Hemingray
18961117Tuesday, November 17th, 1896View Page097979797The ironmaster; or, Love and pride.The ironmaster; or, Love and pride.Mrs Mary Leonard43164316Mrs. Mary LeonardMrs. Mary Leonard
18961121Saturday, November 21st, 1896View Page098249824Consuelo ... Translated ... by Fayette Robinson.Consuelo ... Translated ... by Fayette Robinson.Gertrude Hagadorn28182818Gertrude HagadornGertrude Hagadorn
18961121Saturday, November 21st, 1896View Page096679667The last of the Mohicans : a narrative of 1757.The last of the Mohicans : a narrative of 1757.Max Bishop28802880Max BishopMax Bishop
18961123Monday, November 23rd, 1896View Page096069606A boy of the First Empire.A boy of the First Empire.Clark Munn41034103Clark MunnClark Munn
18961201Tuesday, December 1st, 1896View Page090519051The Abbé Constantin.The Abbé Constantin.Llewellyn Hemingray43914391L. M. HemingrayL. M. Hemingray
18961204Friday, December 4th, 1896View Page098249824Consuelo ... Translated ... by Fayette Robinson.Consuelo ... Translated ... by Fayette Robinson.Thalia Cochrane32473247Thalia CochraneThalia Cochrane
18961212Saturday, December 12th, 1896View Page097979797The ironmaster; or, Love and pride.The ironmaster; or, Love and pride.Mrs Nellie Weaver45784578Miss. Nellie WeaverMiss. Nellie Weaver
18961212Saturday, December 12th, 1896View Page066816681Underground city, or, The child of the cavern.Underground city, or, The child of the cavern.Fred Neff35743574Fred E NeffFred E Neff
18961215Tuesday, December 15th, 1896View Page090979097My uncle and my curé.My uncle and my curé.I B Saxon33253325I. B. SaxonI. B. Saxon
18961219Saturday, December 19th, 1896View Page090519051The Abbé Constantin.The Abbé Constantin.Willie May Huckleberry25912591Clara LeonardClara Leonardpatron Id of Clara Leonard
18961222Tuesday, December 22nd, 1896View Page098249824Consuelo ... Translated ... by Fayette Robinson.Consuelo ... Translated ... by Fayette Robinson.W R Snyder20872087W R SnyderW R Snyder
18970102Saturday, January 2nd, 1897View Page096679667The last of the Mohicans : a narrative of 1757.The last of the Mohicans : a narrative of 1757.Maggie Thompson32863286Maggie ThompsonMaggie Thompson
18970109Saturday, January 9th, 1897View Page096069606A boy of the First Empire.A boy of the First Empire.Ralph Bard32153215Ralph BardRalph Bard"96" written after patron name.
18970116Saturday, January 16th, 1897View Page086348634The pathfinder; or, The inland sea.The pathfinder; or, The inland sea.Mrs. Sadie McMillen31793179Mrs. Helen A. McMillinMrs. Helen A. McMillin
18970120Wednesday, January 20th, 1897View Page096679667The last of the Mohicans : a narrative of 1757.The last of the Mohicans : a narrative of 1757.Edna Harvey35753575Edna HarveyEdna Harvey
18970123Saturday, January 23rd, 1897View Page098249824Consuelo ... Translated ... by Fayette Robinson.Consuelo ... Translated ... by Fayette Robinson.Mrs. Kate Patterson0125125Cora PattersonCora Patterson
18970125Monday, January 25th, 1897View Page066816681Underground city, or, The child of the cavern.Underground city, or, The child of the cavern.Geo. Richardson Jr36013601G. W. Richardson Jr.G. W. Richardson Jr.
18970129Friday, January 29th, 1897View Page086348634The pathfinder; or, The inland sea.The pathfinder; or, The inland sea.Mary Shinn40694069Mary ShinnMary Shinn
18970203Wednesday, February 3rd, 1897View Page1012910129The steel hammer : a novel.The steel hammer : a novel.Chas F Redding32573257Chas T ReddingChas T Redding
18970203Wednesday, February 3rd, 1897View Page090979097My uncle and my curé.My uncle and my curé.Mary WmSon35813581May WilliamsonMay Williamson
18970205Friday, February 5th, 1897View Page086348634The pathfinder; or, The inland sea.The pathfinder; or, The inland sea.Arthur Kelly33453345Abbie KellyAbbie Kelly
18970206Saturday, February 6th, 1897View Page066816681Underground city, or, The child of the cavern.Underground city, or, The child of the cavern.Mrs. Ritta Weaver45784578Miss. Nellie WeaverMiss. Nellie Weaver
18970206Saturday, February 6th, 1897View Page090959095The gallant lords of Bois-Doré.The gallant lords of Bois-Doré.H. Pfizner29662966Heinrich PfitznerHeinrich Pfitzner
18970208Monday, February 8th, 1897View Page096679667The last of the Mohicans : a narrative of 1757.The last of the Mohicans : a narrative of 1757.Walter Bartell31403140Walter BartlettWalter Bartlett
18970213Saturday, February 13th, 1897View Page086348634The pathfinder; or, The inland sea.The pathfinder; or, The inland sea.Minna Swain29812981Winnie SwainWinnie Swain
18970215Monday, February 15th, 1897View Page1013410134For fifteen years : a sequel to The steel hammer.For fifteen years : a sequel to The steel hammer.Chas T Redding32573257Chas T ReddingChas T Redding
18970218Thursday, February 18th, 1897View Page098249824Consuelo ... Translated ... by Fayette Robinson.Consuelo ... Translated ... by Fayette Robinson.W. D. Garrett44464446Mr. M. D. GarrettMr. M. D. Garrett
18970218Thursday, February 18th, 1897View Page090959095The gallant lords of Bois-Doré.The gallant lords of Bois-Doré.Mrs. E. F. Tyler35353535Mrs. E. F. TylerMrs. E. F. Tyler
18970220Saturday, February 20th, 1897View Page1012910129The steel hammer : a novel.The steel hammer : a novel.Gertrude Hagadorn28182818Gertrude HagadornGertrude Hagadorn
18970220Saturday, February 20th, 1897View Page097979797The ironmaster; or, Love and pride.The ironmaster; or, Love and pride.Ralp Frohmer35993599Ralph FahrnerRalph Fahrner
18970223Tuesday, February 23rd, 1897View Page097979797The ironmaster; or, Love and pride.The ironmaster; or, Love and pride.IB Saxon33253325I. B. SaxonI. B. Saxon
18970223Tuesday, February 23rd, 1897View Page096069606A boy of the First Empire.A boy of the First Empire.Mrs. Sadie V. Langdon40334033Perry A. LangdonPerry A. Langdon
18970224Wednesday, February 24th, 1897View Page096679667The last of the Mohicans : a narrative of 1757.The last of the Mohicans : a narrative of 1757.Adelle Walker34863486Adelle WalkerAdelle Walker
18970301Monday, March 1st, 1897View Page090969096The gallant lords of Bois-Doré.The gallant lords of Bois-Doré.Mrs. E. F. Tyler35353535Mrs. E. F. TylerMrs. E. F. Tyler
18970301Monday, March 1st, 1897View Page066906690The tour of the world in eighty days.The tour of the world in eighty days.John Galliver32883288John GallivanJohn Gallivan
18970305Friday, March 5th, 1897View Page1012910129The steel hammer : a novel.The steel hammer : a novel.Mrs. E. K. Kuchner0981981E. K. KuechmannE. K. Kuechmann
18970306Saturday, March 6th, 1897View Page1012910129The steel hammer : a novel.The steel hammer : a novel.George Burt29572957George BurtGeorge BurtOriginal transaction lists patron # as 2907, but this was likely an error and has been changed to reflect George Burts' actual patron # 2957.
18970306Saturday, March 6th, 1897View Page1013410134For fifteen years : a sequel to The steel hammer.For fifteen years : a sequel to The steel hammer.Mrs. Frank Burt40554055Frank E. BurtFrank E. Burt"132" written after patron name.
18970308Monday, March 8th, 1897View Page066816681Underground city, or, The child of the cavern.Underground city, or, The child of the cavern.Bertha E. Smith31763176Forest MorehartForest Morehart
18970309Tuesday, March 9th, 1897View Page098249824Consuelo ... Translated ... by Fayette Robinson.Consuelo ... Translated ... by Fayette Robinson.Ethel Richardson36213621E Hiel H RichardsonE Hiel H Richardson
18970312Friday, March 12th, 1897View Page066816681Underground city, or, The child of the cavern.Underground city, or, The child of the cavern.Ira Kain34193419Ira KoinIra Koin
18970317Wednesday, March 17th, 1897View Page098249824Consuelo ... Translated ... by Fayette Robinson.Consuelo ... Translated ... by Fayette Robinson.Mrs. Ada Shuttleworth18971897Ada ShuttleworthAda Shuttleworth
18970318Thursday, March 18th, 1897View Page1012910129The steel hammer : a novel.The steel hammer : a novel.Kate Kusick30383038Kate KusickKate Kusick"+" written after patron name
18970320Saturday, March 20th, 1897View Page090519051The Abbé Constantin.The Abbé Constantin.J. L. Kingsbury40264026J. L. KingsburyJ. L. Kingsbury
18970322Monday, March 22nd, 1897View Page090959095The gallant lords of Bois-Doré.The gallant lords of Bois-Doré.J E. Germoud36133613J. E. GermandJ. E. Germand
18970327Saturday, March 27th, 1897View Page090969096The gallant lords of Bois-Doré.The gallant lords of Bois-Doré.J. E Gennard36133613J. E. GermandJ. E. Germand
18970330Tuesday, March 30th, 1897View Page00698698The deerslayer, or, The first war-path : a tale.The deerslayer, or, The first war-path : a tale.Mrs. N. E. Hines35093509N. E. HimesN. E. Himes
18970331Wednesday, March 31st, 1897View Page098249824Consuelo ... Translated ... by Fayette Robinson.Consuelo ... Translated ... by Fayette Robinson.Mrs. Ada Shuttleworth18971897Ada ShuttleworthAda Shuttleworthfixed borrower's name (orig. "Shuttlworth")
18970421Wednesday, April 21st, 1897View Page097979797The ironmaster; or, Love and pride.The ironmaster; or, Love and pride.A. J. Williams36373637A. J. WilliamsA. J. Williams
18970423Friday, April 23rd, 1897View Page097979797The ironmaster; or, Love and pride.The ironmaster; or, Love and pride.Mrs Minnie Thomas43084308Minnie ThomasMinnie Thomas
18970424Saturday, April 24th, 1897View Page066816681Underground city, or, The child of the cavern.Underground city, or, The child of the cavern.George Hottinger27952795Katie HottingerKatie Hottinger
18970501Saturday, May 1st, 1897View Page1012910129The steel hammer : a novel.The steel hammer : a novel.Maude Harris32763276Maude HarrisMaude Harris
18970504Tuesday, May 4th, 1897View Page096069606A boy of the First Empire.A boy of the First Empire.Ida Phillips45844584Ida PhillipsIda Phillips
18970504Tuesday, May 4th, 1897View Page097979797The ironmaster; or, Love and pride.The ironmaster; or, Love and pride.Mary Bryant40894089Mary BryantMary Bryant
18970504Tuesday, May 4th, 1897View Page1013410134For fifteen years : a sequel to The steel hammer.For fifteen years : a sequel to The steel hammer.Maude Harris32763276Maude HarrisMaude Harris"15 years" marked after patron's name
18970505Wednesday, May 5th, 1897View Page066906690The tour of the world in eighty days.The tour of the world in eighty days.Harry Miller45504550Harry MillerHarry Miller
18970508Saturday, May 8th, 1897View Page1012910129The steel hammer : a novel.The steel hammer : a novel.Walter Gregory43064306Walter GregoryWalter Gregoryfixed patron number (orig. 4386)
18970508Saturday, May 8th, 1897View Page066816681Underground city, or, The child of the cavern.Underground city, or, The child of the cavern.Mrs G M Bard41824182Helen Norwood BardHelen Norwood Bard
18970512Wednesday, May 12th, 1897View Page090959095The gallant lords of Bois-Doré.The gallant lords of Bois-Doré.Mrs Mary Hopping15791579Mary A. HoppingMary A. Hopping
18970520Thursday, May 20th, 1897View Page1013410134For fifteen years : a sequel to The steel hammer.For fifteen years : a sequel to The steel hammer.Walter Gregory43064306Walter GregoryWalter Gregoryfixed patron number (orig. 4386)
18970524Monday, May 24th, 1897View Page098249824Consuelo ... Translated ... by Fayette Robinson.Consuelo ... Translated ... by Fayette Robinson.Charlie Gill35493549Ohle GillOhle Gill
18970525Tuesday, May 25th, 1897View Page096679667The last of the Mohicans : a narrative of 1757.The last of the Mohicans : a narrative of 1757.Merrill Skinner43804380Merril SkinnerMerril Skinner
18970526Wednesday, May 26th, 1897View Page096069606A boy of the First Empire.A boy of the First Empire.Henry Ward33193319Henry WeedHenry Weed
18970526Wednesday, May 26th, 1897View Page090969096The gallant lords of Bois-Doré.The gallant lords of Bois-Doré.Mrs May Hopping15791579Mary A. HoppingMary A. Hopping
18970603Thursday, June 3rd, 1897View Page1012910129The steel hammer : a novel.The steel hammer : a novel.Mrs Jas Ross31163116Mrs. Jas. RossMrs. Jas. Ross
18970605Saturday, June 5th, 1897View Page1012910129The steel hammer : a novel.The steel hammer : a novel.Gertrude Sanders46694669Gertrude SandersGertrude Sanders
18970607Monday, June 7th, 1897View Page097979797The ironmaster; or, Love and pride.The ironmaster; or, Love and pride.Walter Gregory43064306Walter GregoryWalter Gregoryfixed patron number (orig. 4386)
18970607Monday, June 7th, 1897View Page096069606A boy of the First Empire.A boy of the First Empire.Ernest Naftzger37193719Ernest NaftzgerErnest Naftzger
18970610Thursday, June 10th, 1897View Page090519051The Abbé Constantin.The Abbé Constantin.Alice Bundy36783678Alice BundyAlice Bundy
18970612Saturday, June 12th, 1897View Page097979797The ironmaster; or, Love and pride.The ironmaster; or, Love and pride.Alta McMullen32163216Alta McMullenAlta McMullen
18970612Saturday, June 12th, 1897View Page096069606A boy of the First Empire.A boy of the First Empire.Mrs Annetta Meeks36033603Jno T. MeeksJno T. Meeks
18970612Saturday, June 12th, 1897View Page1013410134For fifteen years : a sequel to The steel hammer.For fifteen years : a sequel to The steel hammer.W R Snyder20872087W R SnyderW R Snyder
18970619Saturday, June 19th, 1897View Page019851985The notary's nose.The notary's nose.Kenneth Shuttleworth46474647Kenneth ShuttleworthKenneth Shuttleworth
18970621Monday, June 21st, 1897View Page096069606A boy of the First Empire.A boy of the First Empire.Mrs Lizzie Banks28532853Lizzie BanksLizzie Banks
18970624Thursday, June 24th, 1897View Page096679667The last of the Mohicans : a narrative of 1757.The last of the Mohicans : a narrative of 1757.Griffith Wallace52615261Mrs. W. W. DimmickMrs. W. W. Dimmick
18970701Thursday, July 1st, 1897View Page097979797The ironmaster; or, Love and pride.The ironmaster; or, Love and pride.Mrs John Carey32563256Mrs. John CaseyMrs. John Casey
18970703Saturday, July 3rd, 1897View Page096069606A boy of the First Empire.A boy of the First Empire.Charles Reece36893689Charles ReeceCharles Reece
18970706Tuesday, July 6th, 1897View Page090959095The gallant lords of Bois-Doré.The gallant lords of Bois-Doré.Frank Everett0175175Frank EverettFrank Everett
18970708Thursday, July 8th, 1897View Page096069606A boy of the First Empire.A boy of the First Empire.Earl Williams32003200Earl WilliamsEarl Williams
18970708Thursday, July 8th, 1897View Page1012910129The steel hammer : a novel.The steel hammer : a novel.Mrs S P Wildman20802080Mrs. S. P. WildmanMrs. S. P. Wildman
18970710Saturday, July 10th, 1897View Page098249824Consuelo ... Translated ... by Fayette Robinson.Consuelo ... Translated ... by Fayette Robinson.Sue M Neely006969Sue H. MaddySue H. Maddy
18970716Friday, July 16th, 1897View Page097979797The ironmaster; or, Love and pride.The ironmaster; or, Love and pride.Leora Curtis34473447Leora CurtisLeora Curtis
18970717Saturday, July 17th, 1897View Page090519051The Abbé Constantin.The Abbé Constantin.Mrs G M Bard41824182Helen Norwood BardHelen Norwood Bard
18970720Tuesday, July 20th, 1897View Page090969096The gallant lords of Bois-Doré.The gallant lords of Bois-Doré.Frank Everett0775775Charles WrightCharles Wright
18970720Tuesday, July 20th, 1897View Page090959095The gallant lords of Bois-Doré.The gallant lords of Bois-Doré.Burt Bradbury11881188Burt BradburyBurt Bradbury
18970722Thursday, July 22nd, 1897View Page00976976Typee : a peep at Polynesian life during a four months residence in a valley of the Marquesas.Typee : a peep at Polynesian life during a four months residence in a valley of the Marquesas.Geo Sutton31153115Mrs. Mary NealMrs. Mary Neal
18970726Monday, July 26th, 1897View Page096069606A boy of the First Empire.A boy of the First Empire.Alton Hasting24622462Alton HastingsAlton Hastings
18970727Tuesday, July 27th, 1897View Page090969096The gallant lords of Bois-Doré.The gallant lords of Bois-Doré.Bert Bradbury11881188Burt BradburyBurt Bradbury
18970802Monday, August 2nd, 1897View Page066816681Underground city, or, The child of the cavern.Underground city, or, The child of the cavern.Nellie Postma34413441Nellie PostmaNellie Postma
18970816Monday, August 16th, 1897View Page1029510295The seats of the mighty : being the memoirs of Captain Robert Moray, sometime an officer in the Virginia regiment, and afterwards of Amherst's regiment.The seats of the mighty : being the memoirs of Captain Robert Moray, sometime an officer in the Virginia regiment, and afterwards of Amherst's regiment.B. Liz. Smith32353235Bertha E. SmithBertha E. Smith
18970819Thursday, August 19th, 1897View Page1029510295The seats of the mighty : being the memoirs of Captain Robert Moray, sometime an officer in the Virginia regiment, and afterwards of Amherst's regiment.The seats of the mighty : being the memoirs of Captain Robert Moray, sometime an officer in the Virginia regiment, and afterwards of Amherst's regiment.Mrs. Dora Mitchell42424242Mrs. Dora MitchellMrs. Dora Mitchell
18970821Saturday, August 21st, 1897View Page1029510295The seats of the mighty : being the memoirs of Captain Robert Moray, sometime an officer in the Virginia regiment, and afterwards of Amherst's regiment.The seats of the mighty : being the memoirs of Captain Robert Moray, sometime an officer in the Virginia regiment, and afterwards of Amherst's regiment.Mrs. Nellie Spooner33583358Nellie SpoonerNellie Spooner
18970823Monday, August 23rd, 1897View Page1031610316Les miserables.Les miserables.Mrs. Minnie Thomas43084308Minnie ThomasMinnie Thomas
18970823Monday, August 23rd, 1897View Page066906690The tour of the world in eighty days.The tour of the world in eighty days.Miss H Caldwell46504650Hannah CaldwellHannah Caldwell
18970824Tuesday, August 24th, 1897View Page066816681Underground city, or, The child of the cavern.Underground city, or, The child of the cavern.Mable Hartman33803380Mable HartmanMable Hartman
18970828Saturday, August 28th, 1897View Page1029510295The seats of the mighty : being the memoirs of Captain Robert Moray, sometime an officer in the Virginia regiment, and afterwards of Amherst's regiment.The seats of the mighty : being the memoirs of Captain Robert Moray, sometime an officer in the Virginia regiment, and afterwards of Amherst's regiment.R. C. Hemingray40394039Mr. R. C. HemingrayMr. R. C. Hemingray
18970828Saturday, August 28th, 1897View Page097979797The ironmaster; or, Love and pride.The ironmaster; or, Love and pride.Lizzie Kuhn16251625Linnie MarshLinnie MarshPatron ID of Linnie Marsh
18970830Monday, August 30th, 1897View Page1029510295The seats of the mighty : being the memoirs of Captain Robert Moray, sometime an officer in the Virginia regiment, and afterwards of Amherst's regiment.The seats of the mighty : being the memoirs of Captain Robert Moray, sometime an officer in the Virginia regiment, and afterwards of Amherst's regiment.Sue S. Mong0365365Sue S. MongSue S. Mong
18970903Friday, September 3rd, 1897View Page1029510295The seats of the mighty : being the memoirs of Captain Robert Moray, sometime an officer in the Virginia regiment, and afterwards of Amherst's regiment.The seats of the mighty : being the memoirs of Captain Robert Moray, sometime an officer in the Virginia regiment, and afterwards of Amherst's regiment.Maggie Slater36413641Maggie SlaterMaggie Slater
18970907Tuesday, September 7th, 1897View Page096679667The last of the Mohicans : a narrative of 1757.The last of the Mohicans : a narrative of 1757.Harry Ault34873487Harry AultHarry Ault
18970909Thursday, September 9th, 1897View Page1031610316Les miserables.Les miserables.Lizzie Kuhn16251625Linnie MarshLinnie Marsh
18970918Saturday, September 18th, 1897View Page1029510295The seats of the mighty : being the memoirs of Captain Robert Moray, sometime an officer in the Virginia regiment, and afterwards of Amherst's regiment.The seats of the mighty : being the memoirs of Captain Robert Moray, sometime an officer in the Virginia regiment, and afterwards of Amherst's regiment.Louise Anthony36733673Louise AnthonyLouise Anthony
18970920Monday, September 20th, 1897View Page1031610316Les miserables.Les miserables.Harry Miller45504550Harry MillerHarry Miller
18970927Monday, September 27th, 1897View Page1029510295The seats of the mighty : being the memoirs of Captain Robert Moray, sometime an officer in the Virginia regiment, and afterwards of Amherst's regiment.The seats of the mighty : being the memoirs of Captain Robert Moray, sometime an officer in the Virginia regiment, and afterwards of Amherst's regiment.Ida Jacobs42794279Ida JacobsIda Jacobs
18971002Saturday, October 2nd, 1897View Page1031610316Les miserables.Les miserables.Oscar Black40564056Oscar BlackOscar Black
18971004Monday, October 4th, 1897View Page1029510295The seats of the mighty : being the memoirs of Captain Robert Moray, sometime an officer in the Virginia regiment, and afterwards of Amherst's regiment.The seats of the mighty : being the memoirs of Captain Robert Moray, sometime an officer in the Virginia regiment, and afterwards of Amherst's regiment.Mrs. Lee Coffeen10891089Mrs. Lee CoffeenMrs. Lee Coffeenfixed patron's name (orig. "Coffen")
18971006Wednesday, October 6th, 1897View Page090969096The gallant lords of Bois-Doré.The gallant lords of Bois-Doré.Mrs. L. Houze37403740Mrs. Leon HouzeMrs. Leon Houze
18971009Saturday, October 9th, 1897View Page1029510295The seats of the mighty : being the memoirs of Captain Robert Moray, sometime an officer in the Virginia regiment, and afterwards of Amherst's regiment.The seats of the mighty : being the memoirs of Captain Robert Moray, sometime an officer in the Virginia regiment, and afterwards of Amherst's regiment.Gertrude Hagadorn28182818Gertrude HagadornGertrude Hagadorn
18971016Saturday, October 16th, 1897View Page1029510295The seats of the mighty : being the memoirs of Captain Robert Moray, sometime an officer in the Virginia regiment, and afterwards of Amherst's regiment.The seats of the mighty : being the memoirs of Captain Robert Moray, sometime an officer in the Virginia regiment, and afterwards of Amherst's regiment.Mr. D K Freeman30003000D. K. FreemanD. K. Freeman
18971016Saturday, October 16th, 1897View Page066816681Underground city, or, The child of the cavern.Underground city, or, The child of the cavern.Geo W Robinson35933593Willie RobinsonWillie Robinson
18971018Monday, October 18th, 1897View Page1031610316Les miserables.Les miserables.L. F. Hendricks37853785Louis T. HendricksLouis T. Hendricks
18971021Thursday, October 21st, 1897View Page090519051The Abbé Constantin.The Abbé Constantin.H. H Wolff37713771H. H. WolfH. H. Wolf
18971021Thursday, October 21st, 1897View Page066816681Underground city, or, The child of the cavern.Underground city, or, The child of the cavern.Harry Guthrie32703270Harry GuthrieHarry Guthrie
18971026Tuesday, October 26th, 1897View Page066816681Underground city, or, The child of the cavern.Underground city, or, The child of the cavern.Horace Hagenlocker31203120Horace HagenlockerHorace HagenlockerNumber 50 marked next to patron's name
18971030Saturday, October 30th, 1897View Page066816681Underground city, or, The child of the cavern.Underground city, or, The child of the cavern.Seymour Cohn36443644Seymour CohnSeymour Cohn
18971030Saturday, October 30th, 1897View Page090519051The Abbé Constantin.The Abbé Constantin.Dr A. J. Phinney11031103A. J. PhinneyA. J. Phinney
18971030Saturday, October 30th, 1897View Page1029510295The seats of the mighty : being the memoirs of Captain Robert Moray, sometime an officer in the Virginia regiment, and afterwards of Amherst's regiment.The seats of the mighty : being the memoirs of Captain Robert Moray, sometime an officer in the Virginia regiment, and afterwards of Amherst's regiment.Allie Emerson0367367Allie EmersonAllie Emerson
18971102Tuesday, November 2nd, 1897View Page1031610316Les miserables.Les miserables.Laura McGee37983798Laura McGeeLaura McGee
18971106Saturday, November 6th, 1897View Page1029510295The seats of the mighty : being the memoirs of Captain Robert Moray, sometime an officer in the Virginia regiment, and afterwards of Amherst's regiment.The seats of the mighty : being the memoirs of Captain Robert Moray, sometime an officer in the Virginia regiment, and afterwards of Amherst's regiment.Fannie Turner40414041Roy SturttRoy Sturtt
18971110Wednesday, November 10th, 1897View Page1029510295The seats of the mighty : being the memoirs of Captain Robert Moray, sometime an officer in the Virginia regiment, and afterwards of Amherst's regiment.The seats of the mighty : being the memoirs of Captain Robert Moray, sometime an officer in the Virginia regiment, and afterwards of Amherst's regiment.Mary Thomas42744274Mae ThomasMae Thomas
18971116Tuesday, November 16th, 1897View Page1029510295The seats of the mighty : being the memoirs of Captain Robert Moray, sometime an officer in the Virginia regiment, and afterwards of Amherst's regiment.The seats of the mighty : being the memoirs of Captain Robert Moray, sometime an officer in the Virginia regiment, and afterwards of Amherst's regiment.Emma Kingsbury29942994Emma KingsburyEmma Kingsbury
18971127Saturday, November 27th, 1897View Page096679667The last of the Mohicans : a narrative of 1757.The last of the Mohicans : a narrative of 1757.Mr Frank Gass23232323Frank GassFrank Gass
18971130Tuesday, November 30th, 1897View Page1029510295The seats of the mighty : being the memoirs of Captain Robert Moray, sometime an officer in the Virginia regiment, and afterwards of Amherst's regiment.The seats of the mighty : being the memoirs of Captain Robert Moray, sometime an officer in the Virginia regiment, and afterwards of Amherst's regiment.J. A. Harvey36343634J. A. HarveyJ. A. Harvey
18971201Wednesday, December 1st, 1897View Page00698698The deerslayer, or, The first war-path : a tale.The deerslayer, or, The first war-path : a tale.Rudolph Bloom41684168Rudolph BloomRudolph Bloom
18971204Saturday, December 4th, 1897View Page097979797The ironmaster; or, Love and pride.The ironmaster; or, Love and pride.Cleve Smith43144314Edna SmithEdna Smith
18971204Saturday, December 4th, 1897View Page1031610316Les miserables.Les miserables.Maggie Slater36413641Maggie SlaterMaggie Slater
18971208Wednesday, December 8th, 1897View Page1029510295The seats of the mighty : being the memoirs of Captain Robert Moray, sometime an officer in the Virginia regiment, and afterwards of Amherst's regiment.The seats of the mighty : being the memoirs of Captain Robert Moray, sometime an officer in the Virginia regiment, and afterwards of Amherst's regiment.E. E. Botkin38533853Elmer E BotkinElmer E Botkin
18971210Friday, December 10th, 1897View Page00698698The deerslayer, or, The first war-path : a tale.The deerslayer, or, The first war-path : a tale.Rudolph Bloom41684168Rudolph BloomRudolph Bloom
18971213Monday, December 13th, 1897View Page066906690The tour of the world in eighty days.The tour of the world in eighty days.Charlie Gunckle35033503Charlie GunckleCharlie Gunckle
18971220Monday, December 20th, 1897View Page1029510295The seats of the mighty : being the memoirs of Captain Robert Moray, sometime an officer in the Virginia regiment, and afterwards of Amherst's regiment.The seats of the mighty : being the memoirs of Captain Robert Moray, sometime an officer in the Virginia regiment, and afterwards of Amherst's regiment.Frank Riegle24842484Frak RiegleFrak Riegle"+" marked next to patron's name
18971220Monday, December 20th, 1897View Page1031610316Les miserables.Les miserables.Maggie Slater36413641Maggie SlaterMaggie Slater
18971221Tuesday, December 21st, 1897View Page1029510295The seats of the mighty : being the memoirs of Captain Robert Moray, sometime an officer in the Virginia regiment, and afterwards of Amherst's regiment.The seats of the mighty : being the memoirs of Captain Robert Moray, sometime an officer in the Virginia regiment, and afterwards of Amherst's regiment.Ola Emerson24302430Ola EmersonOla Emerson
18971229Wednesday, December 29th, 1897View Page097979797The ironmaster; or, Love and pride.The ironmaster; or, Love and pride.Ms. Mary Hopping15791579Mary A. HoppingMary A. Hopping
18971229Wednesday, December 29th, 1897View Page066816681Underground city, or, The child of the cavern.Underground city, or, The child of the cavern.Joe McDonald38373837Joe McDonaldJoe McDonald
18971231Friday, December 31st, 1897View Page1029510295The seats of the mighty : being the memoirs of Captain Robert Moray, sometime an officer in the Virginia regiment, and afterwards of Amherst's regiment.The seats of the mighty : being the memoirs of Captain Robert Moray, sometime an officer in the Virginia regiment, and afterwards of Amherst's regiment.Charlie Gill35493549Ohle GillOhle Gill
18980104Tuesday, January 4th, 1898View Page1031610316Les miserables.Les miserables.Agnes Doyle36403640Agnes D. DoyleAgnes D. Doyle
18980105Wednesday, January 5th, 1898View Page1029510295The seats of the mighty : being the memoirs of Captain Robert Moray, sometime an officer in the Virginia regiment, and afterwards of Amherst's regiment.The seats of the mighty : being the memoirs of Captain Robert Moray, sometime an officer in the Virginia regiment, and afterwards of Amherst's regiment.Ms A J Williams42034203Mrs. A. J. WilliamsMrs. A. J. Williams
18980111Tuesday, January 11th, 1898View Page066816681Underground city, or, The child of the cavern.Underground city, or, The child of the cavern.Frank Crawford27702770Helena CrawfordHelena Crawford
18980112Wednesday, January 12th, 1898View Page097979797The ironmaster; or, Love and pride.The ironmaster; or, Love and pride.Ms. Mary Hopping15791579Mary A. HoppingMary A. Hopping
18980113Thursday, January 13th, 1898View Page1029510295The seats of the mighty : being the memoirs of Captain Robert Moray, sometime an officer in the Virginia regiment, and afterwards of Amherst's regiment.The seats of the mighty : being the memoirs of Captain Robert Moray, sometime an officer in the Virginia regiment, and afterwards of Amherst's regiment.Arthur Cassady23992399Arthur B. CassadyArthur B. Cassady
18980117Monday, January 17th, 1898View Page1031610316Les miserables.Les miserables.Arthur Ramey35593559Arthur RameyArthur Ramey
18980125Tuesday, January 25th, 1898View Page066816681Underground city, or, The child of the cavern.Underground city, or, The child of the cavern.Edgar Freeman38493849Edgar FreemanEdgar Freeman
18980126Wednesday, January 26th, 1898View Page1029510295The seats of the mighty : being the memoirs of Captain Robert Moray, sometime an officer in the Virginia regiment, and afterwards of Amherst's regiment.The seats of the mighty : being the memoirs of Captain Robert Moray, sometime an officer in the Virginia regiment, and afterwards of Amherst's regiment.Arthur Cassady23992399Arthur B. CassadyArthur B. Cassady
18980127Thursday, January 27th, 1898View Page066906690The tour of the world in eighty days.The tour of the world in eighty days.Edgar Freeman38493849Edgar FreemanEdgar Freeman
18980128Friday, January 28th, 1898View Page1031610316Les miserables.Les miserables.Arthur Ramey35593559Arthur RameyArthur Ramey
18980131Monday, January 31st, 1898View Page1029510295The seats of the mighty : being the memoirs of Captain Robert Moray, sometime an officer in the Virginia regiment, and afterwards of Amherst's regiment.The seats of the mighty : being the memoirs of Captain Robert Moray, sometime an officer in the Virginia regiment, and afterwards of Amherst's regiment.Mrs. T. A. Neely21772177Thad A NeelyThad A Neely
18980208Tuesday, February 8th, 1898View Page097979797The ironmaster; or, Love and pride.The ironmaster; or, Love and pride.Mrs. Jas Ross31163116Mrs. Jas. RossMrs. Jas. Ross
18980212Saturday, February 12th, 1898View Page1031610316Les miserables.Les miserables.Mrs Jennie Stewart38033803Mrs. Jennie StewartMrs. Jennie Stewart
18980212Saturday, February 12th, 1898View Page090979097My uncle and my curé.My uncle and my curé.Margaret Scott38383838Margaret LeothMargaret Leoth
18980212Saturday, February 12th, 1898View Page1029510295The seats of the mighty : being the memoirs of Captain Robert Moray, sometime an officer in the Virginia regiment, and afterwards of Amherst's regiment.The seats of the mighty : being the memoirs of Captain Robert Moray, sometime an officer in the Virginia regiment, and afterwards of Amherst's regiment.Mrs. Mary Williams35383538Mrs. Mary WilliamsMrs. Mary Williams
18980217Thursday, February 17th, 1898View Page1029510295The seats of the mighty : being the memoirs of Captain Robert Moray, sometime an officer in the Virginia regiment, and afterwards of Amherst's regiment.The seats of the mighty : being the memoirs of Captain Robert Moray, sometime an officer in the Virginia regiment, and afterwards of Amherst's regiment.Edith Culberson37783778Miss. Edith CulversonMiss. Edith Culverson
18980219Saturday, February 19th, 1898View Page090519051The Abbé Constantin.The Abbé Constantin.Mrs. B Green35043504Bessie GreeneBessie Greene
18980226Saturday, February 26th, 1898View Page1031610316Les miserables.Les miserables.Mrs. Nellie Campbell38653865Mrs. Nellie CampbellMrs. Nellie Campbell
18980302Wednesday, March 2nd, 1898View Page066816681Underground city, or, The child of the cavern.Underground city, or, The child of the cavern.Mr. Ben Rosenbush33653365Ben RosenbushBen Rosenbush
18980304Friday, March 4th, 1898View Page096069606A boy of the First Empire.A boy of the First Empire.Arthur Richards34523452Arthur J. RichardsArthur J. Richards
18980305Saturday, March 5th, 1898View Page1029510295The seats of the mighty : being the memoirs of Captain Robert Moray, sometime an officer in the Virginia regiment, and afterwards of Amherst's regiment.The seats of the mighty : being the memoirs of Captain Robert Moray, sometime an officer in the Virginia regiment, and afterwards of Amherst's regiment.Miss Nora McRight24362436Nora McCreightNora McCreight
18980305Saturday, March 5th, 1898View Page098249824Consuelo ... Translated ... by Fayette Robinson.Consuelo ... Translated ... by Fayette Robinson.J. F. Hall45474547J F HallJ F Hall
18980308Tuesday, March 8th, 1898View Page090519051The Abbé Constantin.The Abbé Constantin.Mrs Jennie Boomer42944294Mrs. Jennie EvansMrs. Jennie Evans
18980315Tuesday, March 15th, 1898View Page1029510295The seats of the mighty : being the memoirs of Captain Robert Moray, sometime an officer in the Virginia regiment, and afterwards of Amherst's regiment.The seats of the mighty : being the memoirs of Captain Robert Moray, sometime an officer in the Virginia regiment, and afterwards of Amherst's regiment.Herbert Maddy14941494Herbert MaddyHerbert Maddyfixed patron number (orig. 1492)
18980315Tuesday, March 15th, 1898View Page098249824Consuelo ... Translated ... by Fayette Robinson.Consuelo ... Translated ... by Fayette Robinson.Lew Hemingray43914391L. M. HemingrayL. M. Hemingray
18980315Tuesday, March 15th, 1898View Page066816681Underground city, or, The child of the cavern.Underground city, or, The child of the cavern.Ben Rosenbush33653365Ben RosenbushBen Rosenbush
18980326Saturday, March 26th, 1898View Page066906690The tour of the world in eighty days.The tour of the world in eighty days.Ray Poland38483848Roy PolandRoy Poland
18980326Saturday, March 26th, 1898View Page1031610316Les miserables.Les miserables.Mr H Pfitzner29662966Heinrich PfitznerHeinrich Pfitzner
18980329Tuesday, March 29th, 1898View Page1029510295The seats of the mighty : being the memoirs of Captain Robert Moray, sometime an officer in the Virginia regiment, and afterwards of Amherst's regiment.The seats of the mighty : being the memoirs of Captain Robert Moray, sometime an officer in the Virginia regiment, and afterwards of Amherst's regiment.Mrs. T H Colton37793779Jessie E. KirkpatrickJessie E. Kirkpatrick
18980402Saturday, April 2nd, 1898View Page096069606A boy of the First Empire.A boy of the First Empire.Norwood Cames18011801Ida BrownIda Brown"Bay 1st" written next to patron's name
18980407Thursday, April 7th, 1898View Page098249824Consuelo ... Translated ... by Fayette Robinson.Consuelo ... Translated ... by Fayette Robinson.Maggie Gessell21012101Maggie GessellMaggie Gessell
18980409Saturday, April 9th, 1898View Page1031610316Les miserables.Les miserables.Heinrich Pfetzner29662966Heinrich PfitznerHeinrich Pfitznernumber 59 marked next to patron's name
18980409Saturday, April 9th, 1898View Page1029510295The seats of the mighty : being the memoirs of Captain Robert Moray, sometime an officer in the Virginia regiment, and afterwards of Amherst's regiment.The seats of the mighty : being the memoirs of Captain Robert Moray, sometime an officer in the Virginia regiment, and afterwards of Amherst's regiment.E. A. Edwards45654565E. A. EdwardsE. A. Edwards
18980412Tuesday, April 12th, 1898View Page066816681Underground city, or, The child of the cavern.Underground city, or, The child of the cavern.Hallie Russell42864286Hattie RussellHattie Russell
18980413Wednesday, April 13th, 1898View Page096679667The last of the Mohicans : a narrative of 1757.The last of the Mohicans : a narrative of 1757.Grant Frazier43824382Grant FrazierGrant Frazier
18980423Saturday, April 23rd, 1898View Page090519051The Abbé Constantin.The Abbé Constantin.Emma Kingsbury29942994Emma KingsburyEmma Kingsbury
18980423Saturday, April 23rd, 1898View Page1029510295The seats of the mighty : being the memoirs of Captain Robert Moray, sometime an officer in the Virginia regiment, and afterwards of Amherst's regiment.The seats of the mighty : being the memoirs of Captain Robert Moray, sometime an officer in the Virginia regiment, and afterwards of Amherst's regiment.B. Lee Reid29392939Leotha HudsonLeotha Hudson
18980426Tuesday, April 26th, 1898View Page1029510295The seats of the mighty : being the memoirs of Captain Robert Moray, sometime an officer in the Virginia regiment, and afterwards of Amherst's regiment.The seats of the mighty : being the memoirs of Captain Robert Moray, sometime an officer in the Virginia regiment, and afterwards of Amherst's regiment.Everett Boor45084508Everett BoorEverett Boor
18980428Thursday, April 28th, 1898View Page096069606A boy of the First Empire.A boy of the First Empire.Mrs. Mary Neal31153115Mrs. Mary NealMrs. Mary Neal
18980430Saturday, April 30th, 1898View Page1029510295The seats of the mighty : being the memoirs of Captain Robert Moray, sometime an officer in the Virginia regiment, and afterwards of Amherst's regiment.The seats of the mighty : being the memoirs of Captain Robert Moray, sometime an officer in the Virginia regiment, and afterwards of Amherst's regiment.Lena Turner46454645Lena TurnerLena Turner
18980507Saturday, May 7th, 1898View Page090519051The Abbé Constantin.The Abbé Constantin.Edith Heath38153815Edith HeathEdith Heath
18980509Monday, May 9th, 1898View Page1031610316Les miserables.Les miserables.G. A. Whitcomb39293929G. A. WhitcombG. A. Whitcomb
18980511Wednesday, May 11th, 1898View Page066816681Underground city, or, The child of the cavern.Underground city, or, The child of the cavern.Albert Kern37453745Albert J. KernAlbert J. Kern
18980513Friday, May 13th, 1898View Page096069606A boy of the First Empire.A boy of the First Empire.Clark Munn41034103Clark MunnClark Munnfixed borrower's name (orig. Mann)
18980517Tuesday, May 17th, 1898View Page096679667The last of the Mohicans : a narrative of 1757.The last of the Mohicans : a narrative of 1757.Edwin Unks31903190Geneva UnksGeneva Unks
18980518Wednesday, May 18th, 1898View Page1029510295The seats of the mighty : being the memoirs of Captain Robert Moray, sometime an officer in the Virginia regiment, and afterwards of Amherst's regiment.The seats of the mighty : being the memoirs of Captain Robert Moray, sometime an officer in the Virginia regiment, and afterwards of Amherst's regiment.I. B. Saxon33253325I. B. SaxonI. B. Saxon
18980525Wednesday, May 25th, 1898View Page1029510295The seats of the mighty : being the memoirs of Captain Robert Moray, sometime an officer in the Virginia regiment, and afterwards of Amherst's regiment.The seats of the mighty : being the memoirs of Captain Robert Moray, sometime an officer in the Virginia regiment, and afterwards of Amherst's regiment.Emma Walling39983998Emma WallingEmma Walling
18980526Thursday, May 26th, 1898View Page096069606A boy of the First Empire.A boy of the First Empire.Rex Smith38283828Rex SmithRex Smith
18980530Monday, May 30th, 1898View Page1031610316Les miserables.Les miserables.Earl McClung32903290Earl McClungEarl McClung
18980604Saturday, June 4th, 1898View Page096069606A boy of the First Empire.A boy of the First Empire.Mrs C H Church30373037Mrs. C. H. ChurchMrs. C. H. Church
18980609Thursday, June 9th, 1898View Page1029510295The seats of the mighty : being the memoirs of Captain Robert Moray, sometime an officer in the Virginia regiment, and afterwards of Amherst's regiment.The seats of the mighty : being the memoirs of Captain Robert Moray, sometime an officer in the Virginia regiment, and afterwards of Amherst's regiment.Carolyn Cohn37423742Carrie CohnCarrie Cohn
18980610Friday, June 10th, 1898View Page096069606A boy of the First Empire.A boy of the First Empire.Joe McDonald38373837Joe McDonaldJoe McDonald
18980615Wednesday, June 15th, 1898View Page1029510295The seats of the mighty : being the memoirs of Captain Robert Moray, sometime an officer in the Virginia regiment, and afterwards of Amherst's regiment.The seats of the mighty : being the memoirs of Captain Robert Moray, sometime an officer in the Virginia regiment, and afterwards of Amherst's regiment.Austin Claypool36843684Carrie MannCarrie Mann
18980620Monday, June 20th, 1898View Page1031610316Les miserables.Les miserables.Earl McClung32903290Earl McClungEarl McClungnumber 48 marked next to patron's name
18980701Friday, July 1st, 1898View Page1031610316Les miserables.Les miserables.Pearl Zimmerman31263126Ella UptgraftElla Uptgraft
18980702Saturday, July 2nd, 1898View Page090959095The gallant lords of Bois-Doré.The gallant lords of Bois-Doré.M. D. Garrett44464446Mr. M. D. GarrettMr. M. D. Garrett
18980707Thursday, July 7th, 1898View Page1031610316Les miserables.Les miserables.Pearl Perkins34323432Pearl PerkinsPearl Perkins
18980709Saturday, July 9th, 1898View Page090969096The gallant lords of Bois-Doré.The gallant lords of Bois-Doré.M. D. Garrett44464446Mr. M. D. GarrettMr. M. D. Garrett
18980713Wednesday, July 13th, 1898View Page00698698The deerslayer, or, The first war-path : a tale.The deerslayer, or, The first war-path : a tale.Mrs Mary Hopping15791579Mary A. HoppingMary A. Hopping
18980714Thursday, July 14th, 1898View Page1029510295The seats of the mighty : being the memoirs of Captain Robert Moray, sometime an officer in the Virginia regiment, and afterwards of Amherst's regiment.The seats of the mighty : being the memoirs of Captain Robert Moray, sometime an officer in the Virginia regiment, and afterwards of Amherst's regiment.J. W. Kirkpatrick37353735J. W. KirkpatrickJ. W. Kirkpatrick
18980721Thursday, July 21st, 1898View Page1031610316Les miserables.Les miserables.Pearl Perkins34323432Pearl PerkinsPearl Perkins
18980723Saturday, July 23rd, 1898View Page066816681Underground city, or, The child of the cavern.Underground city, or, The child of the cavern.Robt Burt33773377Robert BurtRobert Burt
18980727Wednesday, July 27th, 1898View Page00698698The deerslayer, or, The first war-path : a tale.The deerslayer, or, The first war-path : a tale.Ms. Mary Hopping15791579Mary A. HoppingMary A. Hoppingfixed borrower's name (orig. "Hopkins")
18980728Thursday, July 28th, 1898View Page096679667The last of the Mohicans : a narrative of 1757.The last of the Mohicans : a narrative of 1757.Stanton Janney44614461Stanton JanneyStanton Janney
18980728Thursday, July 28th, 1898View Page1029510295The seats of the mighty : being the memoirs of Captain Robert Moray, sometime an officer in the Virginia regiment, and afterwards of Amherst's regiment.The seats of the mighty : being the memoirs of Captain Robert Moray, sometime an officer in the Virginia regiment, and afterwards of Amherst's regiment.Julian Wilcoxin0699699Zulena WilcoxonZulena Wilcoxon
18980730Saturday, July 30th, 1898View Page098249824Consuelo ... Translated ... by Fayette Robinson.Consuelo ... Translated ... by Fayette Robinson.Laura Payton39193919Laura PaytonLaura Payton
18980803Wednesday, August 3rd, 1898View Page090979097My uncle and my curé.My uncle and my curé.Mrs. R.C. Hemingray40364036Mrs. R. C. HemingrayMrs. R. C. Hemingrayfixed borrower's name (orig. "Hungary")
18980804Thursday, August 4th, 1898View Page1031610316Les miserables.Les miserables.Ruby Perkins007878Kate WilsonKate Wilson[K.W.] is in parenthesis after patron's name.
18980810Wednesday, August 10th, 1898View Page00698698The deerslayer, or, The first war-path : a tale.The deerslayer, or, The first war-path : a tale.Cleo. Shuttleworth43344334Clara ShuttleworthClara Shuttleworth
18980813Saturday, August 13th, 1898View Page1031610316Les miserables.Les miserables.Augie Howe29182918Agnes HoweAgnes Howe
18980813Saturday, August 13th, 1898View Page1029510295The seats of the mighty : being the memoirs of Captain Robert Moray, sometime an officer in the Virginia regiment, and afterwards of Amherst's regiment.The seats of the mighty : being the memoirs of Captain Robert Moray, sometime an officer in the Virginia regiment, and afterwards of Amherst's regiment.Mrs. Della Sample24402440Della SampleDella Sample
18980824Wednesday, August 24th, 1898View Page096679667The last of the Mohicans : a narrative of 1757.The last of the Mohicans : a narrative of 1757.A.N. Shuttleworth18981898A N ShuttleworthA N Shuttleworth
18980827Saturday, August 27th, 1898View Page1029510295The seats of the mighty : being the memoirs of Captain Robert Moray, sometime an officer in the Virginia regiment, and afterwards of Amherst's regiment.The seats of the mighty : being the memoirs of Captain Robert Moray, sometime an officer in the Virginia regiment, and afterwards of Amherst's regiment.Mrs. L. A Inaoity47684768L. A. InaoityL. A. Inaoity
18980827Saturday, August 27th, 1898View Page1031610316Les miserables.Les miserables.Agners Howe29182918Agnes HoweAgnes Howe
18980827Saturday, August 27th, 1898View Page098249824Consuelo ... Translated ... by Fayette Robinson.Consuelo ... Translated ... by Fayette Robinson.Chase E. Moore005050Charles E. MooreCharles E. Moore
18980831Wednesday, August 31st, 1898View Page096069606A boy of the First Empire.A boy of the First Empire.Harry White46374637Harry WhiteHarry White
18980903Saturday, September 3rd, 1898View Page098249824Consuelo ... Translated ... by Fayette Robinson.Consuelo ... Translated ... by Fayette Robinson.Madge Walling16521652Mary WallingMary Wallingborrower's last name indicated by ditto marks
18980906Tuesday, September 6th, 1898View Page1029510295The seats of the mighty : being the memoirs of Captain Robert Moray, sometime an officer in the Virginia regiment, and afterwards of Amherst's regiment.The seats of the mighty : being the memoirs of Captain Robert Moray, sometime an officer in the Virginia regiment, and afterwards of Amherst's regiment.Mrs Martha Haines47274727Mrs. Martha HainesMrs. Martha Haines
18980907Wednesday, September 7th, 1898View Page096679667The last of the Mohicans : a narrative of 1757.The last of the Mohicans : a narrative of 1757.Leroy Weaver36433643Leroy WeaverLeroy Weaverborrower's last name indicated by ditto marks
18980909Friday, September 9th, 1898View Page1084710847Stories by foreign authors.Stories by foreign authors.Norwood Carnes27072707Norwood CarnesNorwood Carnes
18980915Thursday, September 15th, 1898View Page096069606A boy of the First Empire.A boy of the First Empire.Griffith Wallace32613261Griffith WallaceGriffith Wallace
18980917Saturday, September 17th, 1898View Page1084710847Stories by foreign authors.Stories by foreign authors.Mrs. A.E. Winchester009999Anna E. MaddyAnna E. Maddy
18980917Saturday, September 17th, 1898View Page098249824Consuelo ... Translated ... by Fayette Robinson.Consuelo ... Translated ... by Fayette Robinson.Madge Walling16521652Mary WallingMary Walling
18980919Monday, September 19th, 1898View Page1085010850Stories by foreign authors.Stories by foreign authors.Norwood Carnes27072707Norwood CarnesNorwood Carnes
18980922Thursday, September 22nd, 1898View Page1029510295The seats of the mighty : being the memoirs of Captain Robert Moray, sometime an officer in the Virginia regiment, and afterwards of Amherst's regiment.The seats of the mighty : being the memoirs of Captain Robert Moray, sometime an officer in the Virginia regiment, and afterwards of Amherst's regiment.Mrs E. Seldomridge34253425Mrs. E. SeldomridgeMrs. E. Seldomridge
18980923Friday, September 23rd, 1898View Page1031610316Les miserables.Les miserables.Edna Beard42334233Miss. Edna BeardMiss. Edna Beard
18980924Saturday, September 24th, 1898View Page1085010850Stories by foreign authors.Stories by foreign authors.Norwood Carnes27072707Norwood CarnesNorwood Carnes
18980924Saturday, September 24th, 1898View Page1085110851Stories by foreign authors.Stories by foreign authors.Mrs Dr. Bowers38273827Mrs. D. V. BowerMrs. D. V. Bower
18981003Monday, October 3rd, 1898View Page096069606A boy of the First Empire.A boy of the First Empire.Volney Payton39353935C. E. BurnettC. E. Burnett
18981003Monday, October 3rd, 1898View Page066906690The tour of the world in eighty days.The tour of the world in eighty days.Sarah Wysor34633463Sara WysorSara Wysor
18981003Monday, October 3rd, 1898View Page1031610316Les miserables.Les miserables.H H Ice46184618H. H. IceH. H. Ice
18981004Tuesday, October 4th, 1898View Page096679667The last of the Mohicans : a narrative of 1757.The last of the Mohicans : a narrative of 1757.Cecil Jones47474747Cecil JonesCecil Jones
18981008Saturday, October 8th, 1898View Page1029510295The seats of the mighty : being the memoirs of Captain Robert Moray, sometime an officer in the Virginia regiment, and afterwards of Amherst's regiment.The seats of the mighty : being the memoirs of Captain Robert Moray, sometime an officer in the Virginia regiment, and afterwards of Amherst's regiment.Ralph Groman27192719Ralph GromannRalph Gromann
18981008Saturday, October 8th, 1898View Page1085110851Stories by foreign authors.Stories by foreign authors.Kate Kusick30383038Kate KusickKate Kusick
18981010Monday, October 10th, 1898View Page1085010850Stories by foreign authors.Stories by foreign authors.Frank Everett0175175Frank EverettFrank Everett
18981010Monday, October 10th, 1898View Page1084710847Stories by foreign authors.Stories by foreign authors.Mrs Hattie Everett37553755Hattie E. EverettHattie E. Everett
18981011Tuesday, October 11th, 1898View Page097979797The ironmaster; or, Love and pride.The ironmaster; or, Love and pride.W R Snyder20872087W R SnyderW R Snyder
18981017Monday, October 17th, 1898View Page1031610316Les miserables.Les miserables.Mr H H Ice46184618H. H. IceH. H. Ice
18981018Tuesday, October 18th, 1898View Page096069606A boy of the First Empire.A boy of the First Empire.Roy Bard48384838Roy BardRoy Bard
18981019Wednesday, October 19th, 1898View Page1085110851Stories by foreign authors.Stories by foreign authors.Mrs Hattie Everett37553755Hattie E. EverettHattie E. Everett
18981021Friday, October 21st, 1898View Page1084710847Stories by foreign authors.Stories by foreign authors.Mrs Nona Koontz45894589Mrs. Nona KoontzMrs. Nona Koontz
18981022Saturday, October 22nd, 1898View Page1029510295The seats of the mighty : being the memoirs of Captain Robert Moray, sometime an officer in the Virginia regiment, and afterwards of Amherst's regiment.The seats of the mighty : being the memoirs of Captain Robert Moray, sometime an officer in the Virginia regiment, and afterwards of Amherst's regiment.Geo O Cromwell38013801Geo O CromercerGeo O Cromercer
18981024Monday, October 24th, 1898View Page066816681Underground city, or, The child of the cavern.Underground city, or, The child of the cavern.Griffith Wallace32613261Griffith WallaceGriffith Wallace
18981027Thursday, October 27th, 1898View Page1029510295The seats of the mighty : being the memoirs of Captain Robert Moray, sometime an officer in the Virginia regiment, and afterwards of Amherst's regiment.The seats of the mighty : being the memoirs of Captain Robert Moray, sometime an officer in the Virginia regiment, and afterwards of Amherst's regiment.C.W. Sherritt39573957C. W. SherrittC. W. Sherritt
18981031Monday, October 31st, 1898View Page1031610316Les miserables.Les miserables.Mrs T H Kirby42694269Mr. T. H. KirbyMr. T. H. Kirbyfixed patron number (orig. 4262)
18981101Tuesday, November 1st, 1898View Page066816681Underground city, or, The child of the cavern.Underground city, or, The child of the cavern.Otto Ream39893989Otto P. ReamOtto P. Ream
18981102Wednesday, November 2nd, 1898View Page1029510295The seats of the mighty : being the memoirs of Captain Robert Moray, sometime an officer in the Virginia regiment, and afterwards of Amherst's regiment.The seats of the mighty : being the memoirs of Captain Robert Moray, sometime an officer in the Virginia regiment, and afterwards of Amherst's regiment.L.M. Doolittle48094809Lewis DoolittleLewis Doolittle
18981108Tuesday, November 8th, 1898View Page066906690The tour of the world in eighty days.The tour of the world in eighty days.Volney Payton39353935C. E. BurnettC. E. Burnett
18981114Monday, November 14th, 1898View Page1031610316Les miserables.Les miserables.T H Kirby42694269Mr. T. H. KirbyMr. T. H. Kirbyfixed patron number (orig. 4262)
18981116Wednesday, November 16th, 1898View Page1096510965St. Ives : being the adventures of a French prisoner in England.St. Ives : being the adventures of a French prisoner in England.Francis W Wheale47984798Francis W. WhealeFrancis W. Wheale
18981117Thursday, November 17th, 1898View Page1029510295The seats of the mighty : being the memoirs of Captain Robert Moray, sometime an officer in the Virginia regiment, and afterwards of Amherst's regiment.The seats of the mighty : being the memoirs of Captain Robert Moray, sometime an officer in the Virginia regiment, and afterwards of Amherst's regiment.Mrs Hallie Hamilton34373437Harriet HamiltonHarriet Hamilton
18981117Thursday, November 17th, 1898View Page066816681Underground city, or, The child of the cavern.Underground city, or, The child of the cavern.Horace Hagenlocher31203120Horace HagenlockerHorace Hagenlocker
18981118Friday, November 18th, 1898View Page096069606A boy of the First Empire.A boy of the First Empire.Guy Tweedy33083308Guy TweedyGuy Tweedy
18981119Saturday, November 19th, 1898View Page1096510965St. Ives : being the adventures of a French prisoner in England.St. Ives : being the adventures of a French prisoner in England.Louise Maddy29342934Louise MaddyLouise Maddy
18981121Monday, November 21st, 1898View Page1106111061Through Russian snows : a story of Napoleon's retreat from Moscow.Through Russian snows : a story of Napoleon's retreat from Moscow.Loys Saxon33403340Loys SaxonLoys Saxon
18981122Tuesday, November 22nd, 1898View Page096679667The last of the Mohicans : a narrative of 1757.The last of the Mohicans : a narrative of 1757.Rose Russell22772277Rose RussellRose Russell
18981122Tuesday, November 22nd, 1898View Page1104711047The pathfinder.The pathfinder.Paul White37243724Paul WhitePaul White
18981123Wednesday, November 23rd, 1898View Page096069606A boy of the First Empire.A boy of the First Empire.Herman Cecil39833983Herman CecilHerman Cecil
18981123Wednesday, November 23rd, 1898View Page1029510295The seats of the mighty : being the memoirs of Captain Robert Moray, sometime an officer in the Virginia regiment, and afterwards of Amherst's regiment.The seats of the mighty : being the memoirs of Captain Robert Moray, sometime an officer in the Virginia regiment, and afterwards of Amherst's regiment.Anson Hickman33693369Anson HickmanAnson Hickman
18981123Wednesday, November 23rd, 1898View Page1106111061Through Russian snows : a story of Napoleon's retreat from Moscow.Through Russian snows : a story of Napoleon's retreat from Moscow.Rex Smith38283828Rex SmithRex Smith
18981128Monday, November 28th, 1898View Page1029510295The seats of the mighty : being the memoirs of Captain Robert Moray, sometime an officer in the Virginia regiment, and afterwards of Amherst's regiment.The seats of the mighty : being the memoirs of Captain Robert Moray, sometime an officer in the Virginia regiment, and afterwards of Amherst's regiment.Anna L. Morrison48344834Anna L. MorrisonAnna L. Morrison
18981128Monday, November 28th, 1898View Page097979797The ironmaster; or, Love and pride.The ironmaster; or, Love and pride.Mrs Maggie Osborne21012101Maggie GessellMaggie Gessell
18981128Monday, November 28th, 1898View Page1031610316Les miserables.Les miserables.Rena Harris48044804Rena HarrisRena HarrisNumber 63 written next to patron's name
18981203Saturday, December 3rd, 1898View Page1096510965St. Ives : being the adventures of a French prisoner in England.St. Ives : being the adventures of a French prisoner in England.Louise Maddy29342934Louise MaddyLouise Maddy
18981203Saturday, December 3rd, 1898View Page066816681Underground city, or, The child of the cavern.Underground city, or, The child of the cavern.Blanche Williams33563356Blanche WilliamsBlanche Williams
18981206Tuesday, December 6th, 1898View Page1104711047The pathfinder.The pathfinder.Thomas Larimore48634863Lucy LarmoreLucy Larmore
18981207Wednesday, December 7th, 1898View Page1029510295The seats of the mighty : being the memoirs of Captain Robert Moray, sometime an officer in the Virginia regiment, and afterwards of Amherst's regiment.The seats of the mighty : being the memoirs of Captain Robert Moray, sometime an officer in the Virginia regiment, and afterwards of Amherst's regiment.Mrs Mary Legg48774877Mary R. LeggMary R. Legg
18981208Thursday, December 8th, 1898View Page1012910129The steel hammer : a novel.The steel hammer : a novel.Mrs Wm Gill30963096Mrs. Wm. F. GillMrs. Wm. F. Gill
18981208Thursday, December 8th, 1898View Page096069606A boy of the First Empire.A boy of the First Empire.George Russell29692969George RussellGeorge Russell
18981210Saturday, December 10th, 1898View Page096679667The last of the Mohicans : a narrative of 1757.The last of the Mohicans : a narrative of 1757.Moni Campbell48214821Marie CampbellMarie CampbellPatron ID of Eleanor L Smith//fixed patron number (orig. 4831)
18981212Monday, December 12th, 1898View Page1096510965St. Ives : being the adventures of a French prisoner in England.St. Ives : being the adventures of a French prisoner in England.Dr G.E. Wallace48934893G. E. Wallace M.D.G. E. Wallace M.D.
18981212Monday, December 12th, 1898View Page066816681Underground city, or, The child of the cavern.Underground city, or, The child of the cavern.J.F. Kiser38643864J. F. KiserJ. F. Kiser
18981212Monday, December 12th, 1898View Page1106111061Through Russian snows : a story of Napoleon's retreat from Moscow.Through Russian snows : a story of Napoleon's retreat from Moscow.Earl Williams32003200Earl WilliamsEarl Williams
18981213Tuesday, December 13th, 1898View Page1031610316Les miserables.Les miserables.Rena Harris48044804Rena HarrisRena Harris
18981214Wednesday, December 14th, 1898View Page00698698The deerslayer, or, The first war-path : a tale.The deerslayer, or, The first war-path : a tale.Orice Clevenger49214921Arice ClevengerArice Clevenger
18981214Wednesday, December 14th, 1898View Page1096510965St. Ives : being the adventures of a French prisoner in England.St. Ives : being the adventures of a French prisoner in England.A.H. Gleason48674867A. H. GleasonA. H. Gleason
18981215Thursday, December 15th, 1898View Page1096510965St. Ives : being the adventures of a French prisoner in England.St. Ives : being the adventures of a French prisoner in England.Mrs Bessie Green35043504Bessie GreeneBessie Greene
18981215Thursday, December 15th, 1898View Page1106111061Through Russian snows : a story of Napoleon's retreat from Moscow.Through Russian snows : a story of Napoleon's retreat from Moscow.Clyde McAllister36513651Clyde McAllisterClyde McAllister
18981216Friday, December 16th, 1898View Page1104711047The pathfinder.The pathfinder.Orvice Clevenger49214921Arice ClevengerArice Clevenger
18981219Monday, December 19th, 1898View Page096069606A boy of the First Empire.A boy of the First Empire.Clifford Brown38083808Clifford BrowneClifford Browne
18981219Monday, December 19th, 1898View Page1104711047The pathfinder.The pathfinder.Reuben Lloyd32213221Reuben C LoydReuben C Loyd
18981221Wednesday, December 21st, 1898View Page1029510295The seats of the mighty : being the memoirs of Captain Robert Moray, sometime an officer in the Virginia regiment, and afterwards of Amherst's regiment.The seats of the mighty : being the memoirs of Captain Robert Moray, sometime an officer in the Virginia regiment, and afterwards of Amherst's regiment.Mrs T H Howey49014901Mrs. J W HoweyMrs. J W Howey
18981221Wednesday, December 21st, 1898View Page1104711047The pathfinder.The pathfinder.Harry Millern38233823Iva BuckleyIva Buckley
18981224Saturday, December 24th, 1898View Page1031610316Les miserables.Les miserables.Nellie Kinert27602760Nella KinertNella Kinert
18981227Tuesday, December 27th, 1898View Page1096510965St. Ives : being the adventures of a French prisoner in England.St. Ives : being the adventures of a French prisoner in England.Mrs T W Howey49014901Mrs. J W HoweyMrs. J W Howey
18981228Wednesday, December 28th, 1898View Page1106111061Through Russian snows : a story of Napoleon's retreat from Moscow.Through Russian snows : a story of Napoleon's retreat from Moscow.Archie Reece35843584Archie RaceArchie Race
18981228Wednesday, December 28th, 1898View Page096069606A boy of the First Empire.A boy of the First Empire.Geo O Cromwell38013801Geo O CromercerGeo O Cromercer
18981230Friday, December 30th, 1898View Page1096510965St. Ives : being the adventures of a French prisoner in England.St. Ives : being the adventures of a French prisoner in England.Caroly Cohn37423742Carrie CohnCarrie CohnNumber 40 written next to patron's name
18981231Saturday, December 31st, 1898View Page1096510965St. Ives : being the adventures of a French prisoner in England.St. Ives : being the adventures of a French prisoner in England.Mrs Della Sample24402440Della SampleDella Sample
18990103Tuesday, January 3rd, 1899View Page096679667The last of the Mohicans : a narrative of 1757.The last of the Mohicans : a narrative of 1757.Henry Millern38233823Iva BuckleyIva Buckley
18990103Tuesday, January 3rd, 1899View Page1029510295The seats of the mighty : being the memoirs of Captain Robert Moray, sometime an officer in the Virginia regiment, and afterwards of Amherst's regiment.The seats of the mighty : being the memoirs of Captain Robert Moray, sometime an officer in the Virginia regiment, and afterwards of Amherst's regiment.Kate Kusick30383038Kate KusickKate Kusick
18990106Friday, January 6th, 1899View Page1106111061Through Russian snows : a story of Napoleon's retreat from Moscow.Through Russian snows : a story of Napoleon's retreat from Moscow.Carolyn Cohn37423742Carrie CohnCarrie Cohn
18990106Friday, January 6th, 1899View Page1104711047The pathfinder.The pathfinder.Ella Uptegraft31263126Ella UptgraftElla Uptgraft
18990107Saturday, January 7th, 1899View Page1096510965St. Ives : being the adventures of a French prisoner in England.St. Ives : being the adventures of a French prisoner in England.Mrs Clara Hettel47654765Clara L. HettelClara L. Hettel
18990107Saturday, January 7th, 1899View Page097979797The ironmaster; or, Love and pride.The ironmaster; or, Love and pride.L.E. Williams46394639L. E. WilliamsL. E. WilliamsNumber 111 written next to patron's name
18990107Saturday, January 7th, 1899View Page1031610316Les miserables.Les miserables.Louis Bloom29702970Louis BloomLouis Bloom
18990110Tuesday, January 10th, 1899View Page1096510965St. Ives : being the adventures of a French prisoner in England.St. Ives : being the adventures of a French prisoner in England.Gertrude Clark33993399Gertrude ClarkGertrude Clark
18990112Thursday, January 12th, 1899View Page1029510295The seats of the mighty : being the memoirs of Captain Robert Moray, sometime an officer in the Virginia regiment, and afterwards of Amherst's regiment.The seats of the mighty : being the memoirs of Captain Robert Moray, sometime an officer in the Virginia regiment, and afterwards of Amherst's regiment.Grace Riley19481948J S RileyJ S Riley
18990112Thursday, January 12th, 1899View Page1106111061Through Russian snows : a story of Napoleon's retreat from Moscow.Through Russian snows : a story of Napoleon's retreat from Moscow.Jamie Templer40144014E. R. TemplerE. R. Templer
18990114Saturday, January 14th, 1899View Page1031610316Les miserables.Les miserables.Wm Hartman49384938Wm HartmanWm Hartman
18990116Monday, January 16th, 1899View Page1106111061Through Russian snows : a story of Napoleon's retreat from Moscow.Through Russian snows : a story of Napoleon's retreat from Moscow.Charles Kougel27652765Charlie Kougel Jr.Charlie Kougel Jr.
18990116Monday, January 16th, 1899View Page00698698The deerslayer, or, The first war-path : a tale.The deerslayer, or, The first war-path : a tale.Fred Snyder43944394Fred SnyderFred Snyderfixed patron number (orig. 4294)
18990119Thursday, January 19th, 1899View Page1106111061Through Russian snows : a story of Napoleon's retreat from Moscow.Through Russian snows : a story of Napoleon's retreat from Moscow.Rudolph Bloom41684168Rudolph BloomRudolph Bloom
18990121Saturday, January 21st, 1899View Page1096510965St. Ives : being the adventures of a French prisoner in England.St. Ives : being the adventures of a French prisoner in England.L.E. Williams46394639L. E. WilliamsL. E. Williams
18990123Monday, January 23rd, 1899View Page1104711047The pathfinder.The pathfinder.Nellie Derry48124812Nellie DerryNellie Derry
18990123Monday, January 23rd, 1899View Page066816681Underground city, or, The child of the cavern.Underground city, or, The child of the cavern.Lloyd Crasgrove49144914Lloyd M. CrosgraveLloyd M. Crosgrave
18990123Monday, January 23rd, 1899View Page1096510965St. Ives : being the adventures of a French prisoner in England.St. Ives : being the adventures of a French prisoner in England.Mrs Mary Talbott44974497Mrs. Mary TalbottMrs. Mary TalbottNumber 93 written next to patron's name
18990124Tuesday, January 24th, 1899View Page1106111061Through Russian snows : a story of Napoleon's retreat from Moscow.Through Russian snows : a story of Napoleon's retreat from Moscow.Griffith Wallace32613261Griffith WallaceGriffith Wallace
18990125Wednesday, January 25th, 1899View Page1130711307The span o' life : a tale of Louisbourg & Quebec.The span o' life : a tale of Louisbourg & Quebec.Kate Eiler49334933Katie EilerKatie Eiler
18990127Friday, January 27th, 1899View Page1031610316Les miserables.Les miserables.Wm Hartman49384938Wm HartmanWm Hartman
18990128Saturday, January 28th, 1899View Page097979797The ironmaster; or, Love and pride.The ironmaster; or, Love and pride.Jennie Ross41734173Jimmy RossJimmy Ross
18990128Saturday, January 28th, 1899View Page096679667The last of the Mohicans : a narrative of 1757.The last of the Mohicans : a narrative of 1757.Reuben Lloyd32213221Reuben C LoydReuben C Loyd
18990202Thursday, February 2nd, 1899View Page1106111061Through Russian snows : a story of Napoleon's retreat from Moscow.Through Russian snows : a story of Napoleon's retreat from Moscow.Walter Heffner33133313Walter HeffnerWalter Heffner
18990202Thursday, February 2nd, 1899View Page1096510965St. Ives : being the adventures of a French prisoner in England.St. Ives : being the adventures of a French prisoner in England.Mary Bryant40894089Mary BryantMary Bryant
18990206Monday, February 6th, 1899View Page1104711047The pathfinder.The pathfinder.Flora Bilby48254825Flora BilbyFlora Bilby
18990208Wednesday, February 8th, 1899View Page1029510295The seats of the mighty : being the memoirs of Captain Robert Moray, sometime an officer in the Virginia regiment, and afterwards of Amherst's regiment.The seats of the mighty : being the memoirs of Captain Robert Moray, sometime an officer in the Virginia regiment, and afterwards of Amherst's regiment.Lola Franklin49654965Mrs. Lola FranklinMrs. Lola Franklin
18990208Wednesday, February 8th, 1899View Page1106111061Through Russian snows : a story of Napoleon's retreat from Moscow.Through Russian snows : a story of Napoleon's retreat from Moscow.Wm Hartman49384938Wm HartmanWm Hartman
18990209Thursday, February 9th, 1899View Page1096510965St. Ives : being the adventures of a French prisoner in England.St. Ives : being the adventures of a French prisoner in England.Mrs Susan Moses47954795Mrs. S. MosesMrs. S. Moses
18990210Friday, February 10th, 1899View Page00698698The deerslayer, or, The first war-path : a tale.The deerslayer, or, The first war-path : a tale.George LeGally35943594George LeGalleyGeorge LeGalley
18990211Saturday, February 11th, 1899View Page1031610316Les miserables.Les miserables.Mrs Susan Moses47954795Mrs. S. MosesMrs. S. Moses
18990211Saturday, February 11th, 1899View Page1096510965St. Ives : being the adventures of a French prisoner in England.St. Ives : being the adventures of a French prisoner in England.Mrs Fannie Cohn37433743Mrs. Fannie CohnMrs. Fannie Cohn
18990211Saturday, February 11th, 1899View Page1012910129The steel hammer : a novel.The steel hammer : a novel.Lizzie Kuhn16251625Linnie MarshLinnie Marsh
18990215Wednesday, February 15th, 1899View Page1104711047The pathfinder.The pathfinder.Jamie Templer40144014E. R. TemplerE. R. Templer
18990216Thursday, February 16th, 1899View Page1096510965St. Ives : being the adventures of a French prisoner in England.St. Ives : being the adventures of a French prisoner in England.Charles Walton48524852Charles WaltonCharles Walton
18990217Friday, February 17th, 1899View Page1106111061Through Russian snows : a story of Napoleon's retreat from Moscow.Through Russian snows : a story of Napoleon's retreat from Moscow.Harry Bannister47834783Harry B. BannisterHarry B. Bannister
18990217Friday, February 17th, 1899View Page1031610316Les miserables.Les miserables.Clara Youngman30013001Clara YoungmanClara Youngman
18990218Saturday, February 18th, 1899View Page1085110851Stories by foreign authors.Stories by foreign authors.Mrs Dr Bower38273827Mrs. D. V. BowerMrs. D. V. Bower
18990222Wednesday, February 22nd, 1899View Page096069606A boy of the First Empire.A boy of the First Empire.Geo V VanSlyke49444944Geo D VanSlykeGeo D VanSlyke
18990222Wednesday, February 22nd, 1899View Page1029510295The seats of the mighty : being the memoirs of Captain Robert Moray, sometime an officer in the Virginia regiment, and afterwards of Amherst's regiment.The seats of the mighty : being the memoirs of Captain Robert Moray, sometime an officer in the Virginia regiment, and afterwards of Amherst's regiment.Mrs Lola Franklin49654965Mrs. Lola FranklinMrs. Lola Franklin
18990225Saturday, February 25th, 1899View Page1013410134For fifteen years : a sequel to The steel hammer.For fifteen years : a sequel to The steel hammer.Lizzie Kuhn16251625Linnie MarshLinnie Marsh
18990228Tuesday, February 28th, 1899View Page1029510295The seats of the mighty : being the memoirs of Captain Robert Moray, sometime an officer in the Virginia regiment, and afterwards of Amherst's regiment.The seats of the mighty : being the memoirs of Captain Robert Moray, sometime an officer in the Virginia regiment, and afterwards of Amherst's regiment.Emily Meeks38953895Emily MeeksEmily Meeks
18990301Wednesday, March 1st, 1899View Page097979797The ironmaster; or, Love and pride.The ironmaster; or, Love and pride.Mrs A W Smith49364936Mrs. A. W. SmithMrs. A. W. Smith
18990302Thursday, March 2nd, 1899View Page1096510965St. Ives : being the adventures of a French prisoner in England.St. Ives : being the adventures of a French prisoner in England.S.B. Garrett27122712S. B. GarrettS. B. Garrett
18990303Friday, March 3rd, 1899View Page1104711047The pathfinder.The pathfinder.George Legally35943594George LeGalleyGeorge LeGalley
18990304Saturday, March 4th, 1899View Page1106111061Through Russian snows : a story of Napoleon's retreat from Moscow.Through Russian snows : a story of Napoleon's retreat from Moscow.Earl Swain47434743Earl SwainEarl Swain
18990304Saturday, March 4th, 1899View Page1031610316Les miserables.Les miserables.Clara Youngman30013001Clara YoungmanClara Youngman
18990307Tuesday, March 7th, 1899View Page1029510295The seats of the mighty : being the memoirs of Captain Robert Moray, sometime an officer in the Virginia regiment, and afterwards of Amherst's regiment.The seats of the mighty : being the memoirs of Captain Robert Moray, sometime an officer in the Virginia regiment, and afterwards of Amherst's regiment.Fred E. Georgia33973397Fred E. GeorgiaFred E. Georgia
18990308Wednesday, March 8th, 1899View Page1012910129The steel hammer : a novel.The steel hammer : a novel.A.W. Smith49374937Mr. A. W. SmithMr. A. W. Smith
18990308Wednesday, March 8th, 1899View Page1084710847Stories by foreign authors.Stories by foreign authors.Frank Everett0175175Frank EverettFrank Everett
18990309Thursday, March 9th, 1899View Page097979797The ironmaster; or, Love and pride.The ironmaster; or, Love and pride.Miss S.H. Perry50415041S. H. BennettS. H. Bennett
18990311Saturday, March 11th, 1899View Page1031610316Les miserables.Les miserables.Mable Nold33913391Mabel E NoldMabel E Nold
18990311Saturday, March 11th, 1899View Page1106111061Through Russian snows : a story of Napoleon's retreat from Moscow.Through Russian snows : a story of Napoleon's retreat from Moscow.Walter Moreland29432943Wattia MarchWattia March
18990313Monday, March 13th, 1899View Page096069606A boy of the First Empire.A boy of the First Empire.Mable McComb48444844Mabel McCombMabel McComb
18990313Monday, March 13th, 1899View Page1096510965St. Ives : being the adventures of a French prisoner in England.St. Ives : being the adventures of a French prisoner in England.Mable Nold33913391Mabel E NoldMabel E Nold
18990317Friday, March 17th, 1899View Page096679667The last of the Mohicans : a narrative of 1757.The last of the Mohicans : a narrative of 1757.George LeGally35943594George LeGalleyGeorge LeGalley
18990318Saturday, March 18th, 1899View Page097979797The ironmaster; or, Love and pride.The ironmaster; or, Love and pride.Edwin Unks31903190Geneva UnksGeneva Unks
18990318Saturday, March 18th, 1899View Page1104711047The pathfinder.The pathfinder.Mary Powers37923792Mary PowersMary Powers
18990318Saturday, March 18th, 1899View Page1031610316Les miserables.Les miserables.Frank Gilpin46134613Frank T. GilpinFrank T. Gilpin
18990320Monday, March 20th, 1899View Page1106111061Through Russian snows : a story of Napoleon's retreat from Moscow.Through Russian snows : a story of Napoleon's retreat from Moscow.Ray E Leonard39513951R. LeonardR. Leonard
18990320Monday, March 20th, 1899View Page1029510295The seats of the mighty : being the memoirs of Captain Robert Moray, sometime an officer in the Virginia regiment, and afterwards of Amherst's regiment.The seats of the mighty : being the memoirs of Captain Robert Moray, sometime an officer in the Virginia regiment, and afterwards of Amherst's regiment.Ohle Gill40044004Ohle GillOhle Gill
18990321Tuesday, March 21st, 1899View Page066816681Underground city, or, The child of the cavern.Underground city, or, The child of the cavern.Frankie Roy45604560Frankie RoyFrankie Roy
18990325Saturday, March 25th, 1899View Page1106111061Through Russian snows : a story of Napoleon's retreat from Moscow.Through Russian snows : a story of Napoleon's retreat from Moscow.Leslie Greely34183418Leslie GreelyLeslie Greely
18990325Saturday, March 25th, 1899View Page1096510965St. Ives : being the adventures of a French prisoner in England.St. Ives : being the adventures of a French prisoner in England.Mrs. O.B. Bormister39643964Mrs. O. B. BannisterMrs. O. B. Bannister
18990328Tuesday, March 28th, 1899View Page1013410134For fifteen years : a sequel to The steel hammer.For fifteen years : a sequel to The steel hammer.Mrs A W Smith49364936Mrs. A. W. SmithMrs. A. W. Smith
18990403Monday, April 3rd, 1899View Page1096510965St. Ives : being the adventures of a French prisoner in England.St. Ives : being the adventures of a French prisoner in England.W.A. Brunner31613161Wm BallWm Ball
18990403Monday, April 3rd, 1899View Page1029510295The seats of the mighty : being the memoirs of Captain Robert Moray, sometime an officer in the Virginia regiment, and afterwards of Amherst's regiment.The seats of the mighty : being the memoirs of Captain Robert Moray, sometime an officer in the Virginia regiment, and afterwards of Amherst's regiment.Mable F. Ballard39613961Mabel F. BallardMabel F. Ballard
18990404Tuesday, April 4th, 1899View Page1031610316Les miserables.Les miserables.Mrs Perry Strong49584958Mrs. Perry StrongMrs. Perry Strongfixed patron number (orig. 4858)
18990410Monday, April 10th, 1899View Page1106111061Through Russian snows : a story of Napoleon's retreat from Moscow.Through Russian snows : a story of Napoleon's retreat from Moscow.Joe McDonald38393839Earl MurtonEarl Murton
18990418Tuesday, April 18th, 1899View Page090519051The Abbé Constantin.The Abbé Constantin.Mrs A.E. Lyman28412841Mrs. A. E. LymanMrs. A. E. Lyman
18990418Tuesday, April 18th, 1899View Page1031610316Les miserables.Les miserables.H H Ice46184618H. H. IceH. H. Ice
18990419Wednesday, April 19th, 1899View Page1096510965St. Ives : being the adventures of a French prisoner in England.St. Ives : being the adventures of a French prisoner in England.Mrs M.B. Keegan49574957Mrs. M B KeeganMrs. M B Keegan
18990420Thursday, April 20th, 1899View Page066816681Underground city, or, The child of the cavern.Underground city, or, The child of the cavern.C H C Blue49834983C H C BlueC H C Blue
18990422Saturday, April 22nd, 1899View Page1096510965St. Ives : being the adventures of a French prisoner in England.St. Ives : being the adventures of a French prisoner in England.Mrs Tena Greely24352435Tena GreelyTena Greely
18990426Wednesday, April 26th, 1899View Page1029510295The seats of the mighty : being the memoirs of Captain Robert Moray, sometime an officer in the Virginia regiment, and afterwards of Amherst's regiment.The seats of the mighty : being the memoirs of Captain Robert Moray, sometime an officer in the Virginia regiment, and afterwards of Amherst's regiment.Evelyn Parker35323532Evelyn ParkerEvelyn Parker
18990428Friday, April 28th, 1899View Page1096510965St. Ives : being the adventures of a French prisoner in England.St. Ives : being the adventures of a French prisoner in England.Myrtle Shoemaker43184318Myrtie L. ShoemakerMyrtie L. Shoemaker
18990502Tuesday, May 2nd, 1899View Page1031610316Les miserables.Les miserables.Mrs H H Ice46184618H. H. IceH. H. Ice
18990506Saturday, May 6th, 1899View Page1106111061Through Russian snows : a story of Napoleon's retreat from Moscow.Through Russian snows : a story of Napoleon's retreat from Moscow.Paul Richey21962196Albert RicheyAlbert Richey
18990509Tuesday, May 9th, 1899View Page1029510295The seats of the mighty : being the memoirs of Captain Robert Moray, sometime an officer in the Virginia regiment, and afterwards of Amherst's regiment.The seats of the mighty : being the memoirs of Captain Robert Moray, sometime an officer in the Virginia regiment, and afterwards of Amherst's regiment.Evelyn Parker35323532Evelyn ParkerEvelyn Parker
18990509Tuesday, May 9th, 1899View Page1104711047The pathfinder.The pathfinder.May Crouse30683068May GrouseMay Grouse
18990513Saturday, May 13th, 1899View Page1096510965St. Ives : being the adventures of a French prisoner in England.St. Ives : being the adventures of a French prisoner in England.Mrs J.E. Pierson39583958Mrs. J. E. PiersonMrs. J. E. Pierson
18990519Friday, May 19th, 1899View Page066906690The tour of the world in eighty days.The tour of the world in eighty days.Ethel Johnson49314931Ethel JohnsonEthel Johnson
18990523Tuesday, May 23rd, 1899View Page1104711047The pathfinder.The pathfinder.May Crouse30683068May GrouseMay Grouse
18990524Wednesday, May 24th, 1899View Page1106111061Through Russian snows : a story of Napoleon's retreat from Moscow.Through Russian snows : a story of Napoleon's retreat from Moscow.Earl Williams32003200Earl WilliamsEarl Williams
18990527Saturday, May 27th, 1899View Page1096510965St. Ives : being the adventures of a French prisoner in England.St. Ives : being the adventures of a French prisoner in England.Harry Bannister47834783Harry B. BannisterHarry B. Bannister
18990610Saturday, June 10th, 1899View Page1106111061Through Russian snows : a story of Napoleon's retreat from Moscow.Through Russian snows : a story of Napoleon's retreat from Moscow.Will Crawford28122812Willie CrawfordWillie Crawford
18990613Tuesday, June 13th, 1899View Page1096510965St. Ives : being the adventures of a French prisoner in England.St. Ives : being the adventures of a French prisoner in England.Mrs. J.E. Durham26102610Mrs. J. E. DurhamMrs. J. E. Durham
18990617Saturday, June 17th, 1899View Page1106111061Through Russian snows : a story of Napoleon's retreat from Moscow.Through Russian snows : a story of Napoleon's retreat from Moscow.Omer Mitchell24522452Omer MitchellOmer MitchellNumber 95 written next to patron's name
18990619Monday, June 19th, 1899View Page090959095The gallant lords of Bois-Doré.The gallant lords of Bois-Doré.Ernest Pershing50955095Ernest H. PershingErnest H. Pershing
18990619Monday, June 19th, 1899View Page1031610316Les miserables.Les miserables.Mrs. Alice Monroe47414741Mrs. Alice MonroeMrs. Alice Monroe
18990628Wednesday, June 28th, 1899View Page1106111061Through Russian snows : a story of Napoleon's retreat from Moscow.Through Russian snows : a story of Napoleon's retreat from Moscow.Harry Ault34873487Harry AultHarry Ault
18990628Wednesday, June 28th, 1899View Page1084710847Stories by foreign authors.Stories by foreign authors.Rebekah Denslow34753475Rebekah DenslowRebekah Denslow#SYSTEM ADMIN NOTE# Based on interpretation of markings on entry at top of L13 P176, could also be transaction date of 1899-06-26¶
18990629Thursday, June 29th, 1899View Page1096510965St. Ives : being the adventures of a French prisoner in England.St. Ives : being the adventures of a French prisoner in England.Homer Highlands28132813S.H. I. HighlandsS.H. I. Highlands
18990707Friday, July 7th, 1899View Page1031610316Les miserables.Les miserables.Estella McClelland45364536Estella McClellandEstella McClelland
18990712Wednesday, July 12th, 1899View Page1096510965St. Ives : being the adventures of a French prisoner in England.St. Ives : being the adventures of a French prisoner in England.Smith Cones15671567Maggie CaseyMaggie Casey
18990714Friday, July 14th, 1899View Page1029510295The seats of the mighty : being the memoirs of Captain Robert Moray, sometime an officer in the Virginia regiment, and afterwards of Amherst's regiment.The seats of the mighty : being the memoirs of Captain Robert Moray, sometime an officer in the Virginia regiment, and afterwards of Amherst's regiment.Mrs. J. W. Little35613561John W. LittleJohn W. Little
18990714Friday, July 14th, 1899View Page096679667The last of the Mohicans : a narrative of 1757.The last of the Mohicans : a narrative of 1757.John Olsin39233923John OliverJohn Oliver
18990718Tuesday, July 18th, 1899View Page1084710847Stories by foreign authors.Stories by foreign authors.Dr. IN Trent45304530I. N. TrentI. N. Trent
18990721Friday, July 21st, 1899View Page1104711047The pathfinder.The pathfinder.Carl Topp29192919Carl ToppCarl Topp"+" written after patron's name
18990728Friday, July 28th, 1899View Page1029510295The seats of the mighty : being the memoirs of Captain Robert Moray, sometime an officer in the Virginia regiment, and afterwards of Amherst's regiment.The seats of the mighty : being the memoirs of Captain Robert Moray, sometime an officer in the Virginia regiment, and afterwards of Amherst's regiment.Mrs. John Little35613561John W. LittleJohn W. Little
18990731Monday, July 31st, 1899View Page1096510965St. Ives : being the adventures of a French prisoner in England.St. Ives : being the adventures of a French prisoner in England.Minnie Pershing24782478Minnie PershingMinnie Pershing
18990731Monday, July 31st, 1899View Page096679667The last of the Mohicans : a narrative of 1757.The last of the Mohicans : a narrative of 1757.Mable McComb48444844Mabel McCombMabel McComb
18990731Monday, July 31st, 1899View Page090959095The gallant lords of Bois-Doré.The gallant lords of Bois-Doré.Mrs. Bertha Gilliam49684968Mrs. Bertha GilliamMrs. Bertha Gilliam
18990801Tuesday, August 1st, 1899View Page1029510295The seats of the mighty : being the memoirs of Captain Robert Moray, sometime an officer in the Virginia regiment, and afterwards of Amherst's regiment.The seats of the mighty : being the memoirs of Captain Robert Moray, sometime an officer in the Virginia regiment, and afterwards of Amherst's regiment.Mrs. M. B. Keegan49574957Mrs. M B KeeganMrs. M B Keegan
18990805Saturday, August 5th, 1899View Page096069606A boy of the First Empire.A boy of the First Empire.Mable Hall36563656Mabel HallMabel Hall
18990805Saturday, August 5th, 1899View Page1106111061Through Russian snows : a story of Napoleon's retreat from Moscow.Through Russian snows : a story of Napoleon's retreat from Moscow.Margaret Rose14201420M J RoseM J Rose
18990808Tuesday, August 8th, 1899View Page1106111061Through Russian snows : a story of Napoleon's retreat from Moscow.Through Russian snows : a story of Napoleon's retreat from Moscow.Grant Frazier43824382Grant FrazierGrant Frazier
18990809Wednesday, August 9th, 1899View Page1031610316Les miserables.Les miserables.Elizabeth Ward51005100Elijah WardElijah Ward
18990810Thursday, August 10th, 1899View Page1096510965St. Ives : being the adventures of a French prisoner in England.St. Ives : being the adventures of a French prisoner in England.Mary Brady16211621M M BradyM M Brady
18990811Friday, August 11th, 1899View Page1084710847Stories by foreign authors.Stories by foreign authors.Frank Hulett44564456Frank R. HulettFrank R. Hulettfixed borrower's name (orig. Halett)
18990812Saturday, August 12th, 1899View Page098249824Consuelo ... Translated ... by Fayette Robinson.Consuelo ... Translated ... by Fayette Robinson.Ed Marsh47674767Edwin MarshEdwin Marshfixed patron number (orig. 4467)
18990819Saturday, August 19th, 1899View Page096069606A boy of the First Empire.A boy of the First Empire.Omer Mitchell24522452Omer MitchellOmer Mitchell
18990823Wednesday, August 23rd, 1899View Page066906690The tour of the world in eighty days.The tour of the world in eighty days.Pearl Malone39903990Pearl MalonyPearl Malony
18990825Friday, August 25th, 1899View Page066816681Underground city, or, The child of the cavern.Underground city, or, The child of the cavern.Herbert Houze34943494Herbert HouzeHerbert Houze
18990826Saturday, August 26th, 1899View Page1096510965St. Ives : being the adventures of a French prisoner in England.St. Ives : being the adventures of a French prisoner in England.Mrs. W. Wadswroth37893789Mrs. W. W. WadsworthMrs. W. W. Wadsworth
18990828Monday, August 28th, 1899View Page1104711047The pathfinder.The pathfinder.Roy Zapf51085108Ray ZapfRay Zapf
18990828Monday, August 28th, 1899View Page1106111061Through Russian snows : a story of Napoleon's retreat from Moscow.Through Russian snows : a story of Napoleon's retreat from Moscow.Chest Hager43114311G. Edw. HillG. Edw. Hill
18990830Wednesday, August 30th, 1899View Page1031610316Les miserables.Les miserables.Margaret Flaherty36603660Margaret FlahertyMargaret Flaherty"+" written after patron's name
18990906Wednesday, September 6th, 1899View Page1104711047The pathfinder.The pathfinder.Arhtur Richards34523452Arthur J. RichardsArthur J. Richards
18990909Saturday, September 9th, 1899View Page1096510965St. Ives : being the adventures of a French prisoner in England.St. Ives : being the adventures of a French prisoner in England.Mrs. W. Wadsworth37893789Mrs. W. W. WadsworthMrs. W. W. Wadsworth
18990916Saturday, September 16th, 1899View Page096679667The last of the Mohicans : a narrative of 1757.The last of the Mohicans : a narrative of 1757.Roy Zapf51085108Ray ZapfRay Zapf
18990919Tuesday, September 19th, 1899View Page1104711047The pathfinder.The pathfinder.Arthur Richards34523452Arthur J. RichardsArthur J. Richards
18990925Monday, September 25th, 1899View Page1104711047The pathfinder.The pathfinder.Cecil Allspaw50595059Cecil AllspawCecil Allspaw
18990929Friday, September 29th, 1899View Page1031610316Les miserables.Les miserables.Henry Weed33193319Henry WeedHenry Weed
18990930Saturday, September 30th, 1899View Page1096510965St. Ives : being the adventures of a French prisoner in England.St. Ives : being the adventures of a French prisoner in England.Virginia Claypool29282928Virginia ClaypoolVirginia Claypool
18991007Saturday, October 7th, 1899View Page1096510965St. Ives : being the adventures of a French prisoner in England.St. Ives : being the adventures of a French prisoner in England.Mrs. Nettie Sudbury49254925Mrs. N. H. SudburyMrs. N. H. Sudbury
18991007Saturday, October 7th, 1899View Page1104711047The pathfinder.The pathfinder.Inez Banks30623062Inez BanksInez Banks
18991010Tuesday, October 10th, 1899View Page090979097My uncle and my curé.My uncle and my curé.Ann McDonald50685068Annie McDonaldAnnie McDonald
18991013Friday, October 13th, 1899View Page1085110851Stories by foreign authors.Stories by foreign authors.Rebekah Denslow34753475Rebekah DenslowRebekah Denslow
18991019Thursday, October 19th, 1899View Page1031610316Les miserables.Les miserables.Henry Weed33193319Henry WeedHenry Weed
18991020Friday, October 20th, 1899View Page1104711047The pathfinder.The pathfinder.Mrs. May Speer39823982Mary SpearMary Spear
18991021Saturday, October 21st, 1899View Page1084710847Stories by foreign authors.Stories by foreign authors.Mrs. Jane Bower38273827Mrs. D. V. BowerMrs. D. V. Bower
18991025Wednesday, October 25th, 1899View Page1096510965St. Ives : being the adventures of a French prisoner in England.St. Ives : being the adventures of a French prisoner in England.Mrs. Geo M. Fletcher48924892Mrs. G. M. FletcherMrs. G. M. Fletcher
18991025Wednesday, October 25th, 1899View Page096069606A boy of the First Empire.A boy of the First Empire.Carolyn Cohn37423742Carrie CohnCarrie Cohn
18991101Wednesday, November 1st, 1899View Page066906690The tour of the world in eighty days.The tour of the world in eighty days.George Hawk38593859George HawkGeorge Hawk
18991101Wednesday, November 1st, 1899View Page1096510965St. Ives : being the adventures of a French prisoner in England.St. Ives : being the adventures of a French prisoner in England.J. Frank Mock49624962Mrs. Frank MockMrs. Frank Mock
18991106Monday, November 6th, 1899View Page1031610316Les miserables.Les miserables.Fred Fisher34573457Fred FisherFred Fisher"+" written after patron's name
18991109Thursday, November 9th, 1899View Page1104711047The pathfinder.The pathfinder.Mrs. Mary Spear39823982Mary SpearMary Spear
18991110Friday, November 10th, 1899View Page096679667The last of the Mohicans : a narrative of 1757.The last of the Mohicans : a narrative of 1757.Fannie Nelson52135213Fannie NelsonFannie Nelson
18991113Monday, November 13th, 1899View Page1096510965St. Ives : being the adventures of a French prisoner in England.St. Ives : being the adventures of a French prisoner in England.Mrs. J. F. Mock49624962Mrs. Frank MockMrs. Frank Mock
18991113Monday, November 13th, 1899View Page066906690The tour of the world in eighty days.The tour of the world in eighty days.Blanche Williams33563356Blanche WilliamsBlanche Williams
18991117Friday, November 17th, 1899View Page1106111061Through Russian snows : a story of Napoleon's retreat from Moscow.Through Russian snows : a story of Napoleon's retreat from Moscow.Mrs. Jas Ross31163116Mrs. Jas. RossMrs. Jas. Ross
18991118Saturday, November 18th, 1899View Page066816681Underground city, or, The child of the cavern.Underground city, or, The child of the cavern.Willie Conner47264726Willie ConnerWillie Conner
18991120Monday, November 20th, 1899View Page096069606A boy of the First Empire.A boy of the First Empire.Howard Buck51655165Howard BeckHoward Beck
18991121Tuesday, November 21st, 1899View Page1031610316Les miserables.Les miserables.Myrtle Shoemaker43184318Myrtie L. ShoemakerMyrtie L. Shoemaker
18991122Wednesday, November 22nd, 1899View Page090979097My uncle and my curé.My uncle and my curé.Gertrude Foorman34683468Gertie FoormanGertie Foorman
18991127Monday, November 27th, 1899View Page066906690The tour of the world in eighty days.The tour of the world in eighty days.Willie Conner47264726Willie ConnerWillie Conner
18991127Monday, November 27th, 1899View Page1106111061Through Russian snows : a story of Napoleon's retreat from Moscow.Through Russian snows : a story of Napoleon's retreat from Moscow.Robert Bruck47464746Robert BruckRobert Bruck
18991204Monday, December 4th, 1899View Page096679667The last of the Mohicans : a narrative of 1757.The last of the Mohicans : a narrative of 1757.Claude Reasoner35563556Claude ReasonerClaude Reasoner
18991208Friday, December 8th, 1899View Page090959095The gallant lords of Bois-Doré.The gallant lords of Bois-Doré.Mrs J E Hughes52385238Mrs. J. E. HughesMrs. J. E. Hughes
18991209Saturday, December 9th, 1899View Page1031610316Les miserables.Les miserables.Pearl Bennett48574857Pearl BennettPearl Bennett
18991211Monday, December 11th, 1899View Page1084710847Stories by foreign authors.Stories by foreign authors.Will Crawford28122812Willie CrawfordWillie Crawford
18991212Tuesday, December 12th, 1899View Page066906690The tour of the world in eighty days.The tour of the world in eighty days.J B Canfield50375037J. Branson CanfieldJ. Branson Canfield
18991213Wednesday, December 13th, 1899View Page090969096The gallant lords of Bois-Doré.The gallant lords of Bois-Doré.Mrs J C Hughes42384238Mrs. Geo. AbelMrs. Geo. Abel
18991213Wednesday, December 13th, 1899View Page1106111061Through Russian snows : a story of Napoleon's retreat from Moscow.Through Russian snows : a story of Napoleon's retreat from Moscow.Claude Smith32113211Mrs. Aug. MaickMrs. Aug. Maick
18991215Friday, December 15th, 1899View Page097979797The ironmaster; or, Love and pride.The ironmaster; or, Love and pride.Frank S Marts47934793Frank S MartsFrank S Marts
18991216Saturday, December 16th, 1899View Page1096510965St. Ives : being the adventures of a French prisoner in England.St. Ives : being the adventures of a French prisoner in England.Mrs Mamie Case16361636Mamie WilsonMamie Wilsonfixed borrower's name (orig. "Mona")
18991216Saturday, December 16th, 1899View Page096069606A boy of the First Empire.A boy of the First Empire.Mrs Dora Mitchell42424242Mrs. Dora MitchellMrs. Dora Mitchell
18991216Saturday, December 16th, 1899View Page1104711047The pathfinder.The pathfinder.Cecil Jones47474747Cecil JonesCecil Jones
18991220Wednesday, December 20th, 1899View Page096679667The last of the Mohicans : a narrative of 1757.The last of the Mohicans : a narrative of 1757.Walter Howe30143014Walter J. HoweWalter J. Howe
18991226Tuesday, December 26th, 1899View Page066906690The tour of the world in eighty days.The tour of the world in eighty days.Mrs Geo M Fletcher48924892Mrs. G. M. FletcherMrs. G. M. Fletcher
18991226Tuesday, December 26th, 1899View Page066816681Underground city, or, The child of the cavern.Underground city, or, The child of the cavern.J Branson Canfield50375037J. Branson CanfieldJ. Branson Canfield
18991228Thursday, December 28th, 1899View Page1031610316Les miserables.Les miserables.Margaret Flaherty36603660Margaret FlahertyMargaret Flaherty
18991230Saturday, December 30th, 1899View Page1106111061Through Russian snows : a story of Napoleon's retreat from Moscow.Through Russian snows : a story of Napoleon's retreat from Moscow.Paul Richey52065206Paul RicheyPaul Richey
19000102Tuesday, January 2nd, 1900View Page096069606A boy of the First Empire.A boy of the First Empire.George M Fletcher49194919Geo. M. FletcherGeo. M. Fletcher
19000102Tuesday, January 2nd, 1900View Page096679667The last of the Mohicans : a narrative of 1757.The last of the Mohicans : a narrative of 1757.Walter Howe30143014Walter J. HoweWalter J. Howe
19000102Tuesday, January 2nd, 1900View Page1104711047The pathfinder.The pathfinder.Carl Park36913691Carroll ParkCarroll Park
19000108Monday, January 8th, 1900View Page096069606A boy of the First Empire.A boy of the First Empire.Mrs Zula M Valentine42484248Mrs. Zula M. ValentineMrs. Zula M. Valentine
19000108Monday, January 8th, 1900View Page066816681Underground city, or, The child of the cavern.Underground city, or, The child of the cavern.J R Wick30793079J. R. WickJ. R. Wick
19000112Friday, January 12th, 1900View Page1031610316Les miserables.Les miserables.Margaret Flaherty36603660Margaret FlahertyMargaret Flaherty
19000115Monday, January 15th, 1900View Page1104711047The pathfinder.The pathfinder.Carl Park36913691Carroll ParkCarroll Park
19000116Tuesday, January 16th, 1900View Page1106111061Through Russian snows : a story of Napoleon's retreat from Moscow.Through Russian snows : a story of Napoleon's retreat from Moscow.Lester Baldwin52645264Earl Lister BaldwinEarl Lister Baldwin
19000118Thursday, January 18th, 1900View Page096679667The last of the Mohicans : a narrative of 1757.The last of the Mohicans : a narrative of 1757.Emily V Howe45054505Emily A HoweEmily A Howe
19000120Saturday, January 20th, 1900View Page1096510965St. Ives : being the adventures of a French prisoner in England.St. Ives : being the adventures of a French prisoner in England.Mrs Mary Leonard43164316Mrs. Mary LeonardMrs. Mary Leonard
19000126Friday, January 26th, 1900View Page1031610316Les miserables.Les miserables.B B Sleeper51505150Blanche SleeperBlanche Sleeper
19000127Saturday, January 27th, 1900View Page090979097My uncle and my curé.My uncle and my curé.Mrs Bertha Gilliam49684968Mrs. Bertha GilliamMrs. Bertha Gilliam
19000127Saturday, January 27th, 1900View Page098249824Consuelo ... Translated ... by Fayette Robinson.Consuelo ... Translated ... by Fayette Robinson.Edna Boyce27742774Edna BoyceEdna Boyce
19000127Saturday, January 27th, 1900View Page066906690The tour of the world in eighty days.The tour of the world in eighty days.Wysor Marsh45244524Wysor MarshWysor Marsh
19000201Thursday, February 1st, 1900View Page1106111061Through Russian snows : a story of Napoleon's retreat from Moscow.Through Russian snows : a story of Napoleon's retreat from Moscow.Mrs Geo Fletcher48924892Mrs. G. M. FletcherMrs. G. M. Fletcher
19000202Friday, February 2nd, 1900View Page097979797The ironmaster; or, Love and pride.The ironmaster; or, Love and pride.Newton Miller52475247Mrs. Newton MillerMrs. Newton Miller
19000203Saturday, February 3rd, 1900View Page096679667The last of the Mohicans : a narrative of 1757.The last of the Mohicans : a narrative of 1757.Mrs G Nicholson47974797Gertie NicholsonGertie NicholsonOriginal transaction lists patron # as 2797, but this was likely an error and has been changed to reflect Mrs. G Nicholsen's actual patron # 4797.
19000205Monday, February 5th, 1900View Page1106111061Through Russian snows : a story of Napoleon's retreat from Moscow.Through Russian snows : a story of Napoleon's retreat from Moscow.Harry Turner52545254Harry TurnerHarry Turner
19000206Tuesday, February 6th, 1900View Page1104711047The pathfinder.The pathfinder.Austin Kerin47364736Austin KerinAustin Kerin
19000209Friday, February 9th, 1900View Page1096510965St. Ives : being the adventures of a French prisoner in England.St. Ives : being the adventures of a French prisoner in England.Mrs D A Auter47804780D. A. AuterD. A. Auter
19000214Wednesday, February 14th, 1900View Page1106111061Through Russian snows : a story of Napoleon's retreat from Moscow.Through Russian snows : a story of Napoleon's retreat from Moscow.Mrs Mary Louick0957957Mary J. LuickMary J. Luick
19000215Thursday, February 15th, 1900View Page066816681Underground city, or, The child of the cavern.Underground city, or, The child of the cavern.Fred Bunch47754775Fred BunchFred Bunch
19000216Friday, February 16th, 1900View Page1104711047The pathfinder.The pathfinder.Mrs Clarence Derth52805280Mrs. Lora DearthMrs. Lora Dearth
19000217Saturday, February 17th, 1900View Page1029510295The seats of the mighty : being the memoirs of Captain Robert Moray, sometime an officer in the Virginia regiment, and afterwards of Amherst's regiment.The seats of the mighty : being the memoirs of Captain Robert Moray, sometime an officer in the Virginia regiment, and afterwards of Amherst's regiment.Mrs N H Nauman48104810Mrs. W. H. NaumanMrs. W. H. Nauman
19000217Saturday, February 17th, 1900View Page097979797The ironmaster; or, Love and pride.The ironmaster; or, Love and pride.Mrs W H Clancy49284928Mrs. W. H. ClancyMrs. W. H. Clancy
19000224Saturday, February 24th, 1900View Page066906690The tour of the world in eighty days.The tour of the world in eighty days.Arthur Walling38963896Arthur WallingArthur Walling
19000301Thursday, March 1st, 1900View Page1142711427With Wolfe in Canada : or, The winning of a continent.With Wolfe in Canada : or, The winning of a continent.J R Wick30793079J. R. WickJ. R. Wick
19000301Thursday, March 1st, 1900View Page097979797The ironmaster; or, Love and pride.The ironmaster; or, Love and pride.T W Wheale47984798Francis W. WhealeFrancis W. Wheale
19000302Friday, March 2nd, 1900View Page1104711047The pathfinder.The pathfinder.Mrs Clarence Dearth52805280Mrs. Lora DearthMrs. Lora Dearth
19000303Saturday, March 3rd, 1900View Page1029510295The seats of the mighty : being the memoirs of Captain Robert Moray, sometime an officer in the Virginia regiment, and afterwards of Amherst's regiment.The seats of the mighty : being the memoirs of Captain Robert Moray, sometime an officer in the Virginia regiment, and afterwards of Amherst's regiment.Mrs W H Nauman48104810Mrs. W. H. NaumanMrs. W. H. Nauman
19000310Saturday, March 10th, 1900View Page1096510965St. Ives : being the adventures of a French prisoner in England.St. Ives : being the adventures of a French prisoner in England.Jeannie Moore47904790Jeannie MooreJeannie MooreNumber 167 marked after patron's name
19000312Monday, March 12th, 1900View Page1106111061Through Russian snows : a story of Napoleon's retreat from Moscow.Through Russian snows : a story of Napoleon's retreat from Moscow.Ezra Surber45264526Ezra SurberEzra Surberfixed borrower's name (orig. Curtis Suber)
19000312Monday, March 12th, 1900View Page1031610316Les miserables.Les miserables.Philip Newman52665266Phil NewmanPhil Newman
19000316Friday, March 16th, 1900View Page1104711047The pathfinder.The pathfinder.Reba Koons51365136Reba KoonsReba Koons
19000317Saturday, March 17th, 1900View Page066816681Underground city, or, The child of the cavern.Underground city, or, The child of the cavern.Edwin Unks31903190Geneva UnksGeneva Unks
19000319Monday, March 19th, 1900View Page1106111061Through Russian snows : a story of Napoleon's retreat from Moscow.Through Russian snows : a story of Napoleon's retreat from Moscow.Mrs. James Ross31163116Mrs. Jas. RossMrs. Jas. Ross
19000319Monday, March 19th, 1900View Page1029510295The seats of the mighty : being the memoirs of Captain Robert Moray, sometime an officer in the Virginia regiment, and afterwards of Amherst's regiment.The seats of the mighty : being the memoirs of Captain Robert Moray, sometime an officer in the Virginia regiment, and afterwards of Amherst's regiment.Sarah Wysor34633463Sara WysorSara Wysor
19000322Thursday, March 22nd, 1900View Page096679667The last of the Mohicans : a narrative of 1757.The last of the Mohicans : a narrative of 1757.Wm Harkins52715271Will HarkinsWill Harkins
19000323Friday, March 23rd, 1900View Page1031610316Les miserables.Les miserables.Mrs. Louise Koerner35573557Miss. Alice KoernerMiss. Alice Koerner
19000323Friday, March 23rd, 1900View Page1104711047The pathfinder.The pathfinder.W.E. Priest53675367W. E. PriestW. E. Priest
19000324Saturday, March 24th, 1900View Page090959095The gallant lords of Bois-Doré.The gallant lords of Bois-Doré.Mrs. Kate Kessler14641464Kate KesslerKate Kessler
19000326Monday, March 26th, 1900View Page1029510295The seats of the mighty : being the memoirs of Captain Robert Moray, sometime an officer in the Virginia regiment, and afterwards of Amherst's regiment.The seats of the mighty : being the memoirs of Captain Robert Moray, sometime an officer in the Virginia regiment, and afterwards of Amherst's regiment.Marie Norwell52395239Marie L. NorwellMarie L. Norwell
19000327Tuesday, March 27th, 1900View Page1096510965St. Ives : being the adventures of a French prisoner in England.St. Ives : being the adventures of a French prisoner in England.Mrs. Alice Monroe47414741Mrs. Alice MonroeMrs. Alice Monroe
19000330Friday, March 30th, 1900View Page066906690The tour of the world in eighty days.The tour of the world in eighty days.Wilie Langston49754975Willie LangstonWillie Langston
19000331Saturday, March 31st, 1900View Page1106111061Through Russian snows : a story of Napoleon's retreat from Moscow.Through Russian snows : a story of Napoleon's retreat from Moscow.Ralph Brown32913291Ralph BrownRalph Brown
19000404Wednesday, April 4th, 1900View Page1155011550The hunchback of Notre Dame.The hunchback of Notre Dame.Mrs. J.A. Harper37563756Mrs. John HarperMrs. John Harper
19000407Saturday, April 7th, 1900View Page1031610316Les miserables.Les miserables.Mrs. Kate Souder49404940Mrs. Kate A SouderMrs. Kate A Souder
19000409Monday, April 9th, 1900View Page1096510965St. Ives : being the adventures of a French prisoner in England.St. Ives : being the adventures of a French prisoner in England.Mrs. S.P. Wildman20802080Mrs. S. P. WildmanMrs. S. P. Wildman
19000411Wednesday, April 11th, 1900View Page1106111061Through Russian snows : a story of Napoleon's retreat from Moscow.Through Russian snows : a story of Napoleon's retreat from Moscow.Clyde Parker51335133Mr. Clyde ParkerMr. Clyde Parker
19000412Thursday, April 12th, 1900View Page1104711047The pathfinder.The pathfinder.Flora Bilby48254825Flora BilbyFlora Bilby
19000413Friday, April 13th, 1900View Page066816681Underground city, or, The child of the cavern.Underground city, or, The child of the cavern.Willie Langston49754975Willie LangstonWillie Langston
19000414Saturday, April 14th, 1900View Page1029510295The seats of the mighty : being the memoirs of Captain Robert Moray, sometime an officer in the Virginia regiment, and afterwards of Amherst's regiment.The seats of the mighty : being the memoirs of Captain Robert Moray, sometime an officer in the Virginia regiment, and afterwards of Amherst's regiment.Mrs. Kate Souder49404940Mrs. Kate A SouderMrs. Kate A Souder
19000414Saturday, April 14th, 1900View Page1096510965St. Ives : being the adventures of a French prisoner in England.St. Ives : being the adventures of a French prisoner in England.Mrs. Kate Knowlton28142814Bobbie KnowltonBobbie Knowlton
19000416Monday, April 16th, 1900View Page1031610316Les miserables.Les miserables.Roscoe Koerner35563556Claude ReasonerClaude Reasoner
19000419Thursday, April 19th, 1900View Page1155011550The hunchback of Notre Dame.The hunchback of Notre Dame.Minnie Gainor47034703Minnie GainorMinnie Gainor
19000425Wednesday, April 25th, 1900View Page1142711427With Wolfe in Canada : or, The winning of a continent.With Wolfe in Canada : or, The winning of a continent.Ralph Brown32913291Ralph BrownRalph Brown
19000428Saturday, April 28th, 1900View Page1142711427With Wolfe in Canada : or, The winning of a continent.With Wolfe in Canada : or, The winning of a continent.Clyde Parker51335133Mr. Clyde ParkerMr. Clyde Parker
19000428Saturday, April 28th, 1900View Page066906690The tour of the world in eighty days.The tour of the world in eighty days.Geneva Unks39143914Geneva UnksGeneva Unks
19000430Monday, April 30th, 1900View Page1031610316Les miserables.Les miserables.Roscoe Koerner35563556Claude ReasonerClaude Reasoner
19000505Saturday, May 5th, 1900View Page096069606A boy of the First Empire.A boy of the First Empire.Raymond Rahrborn48664866R. RahrbornR. Rahrborn
19000505Saturday, May 5th, 1900View Page1029510295The seats of the mighty : being the memoirs of Captain Robert Moray, sometime an officer in the Virginia regiment, and afterwards of Amherst's regiment.The seats of the mighty : being the memoirs of Captain Robert Moray, sometime an officer in the Virginia regiment, and afterwards of Amherst's regiment.Julie Fowler32423242Julia FowlerJulia Fowler
19000507Monday, May 7th, 1900View Page096069606A boy of the First Empire.A boy of the First Empire.John Mellett53925392John MellettJohn Mellett
19000510Thursday, May 10th, 1900View Page1155011550The hunchback of Notre Dame.The hunchback of Notre Dame.Emma W Walling53045304Emma W. WallingEmma W. Walling
19000522Tuesday, May 22nd, 1900View Page1029510295The seats of the mighty : being the memoirs of Captain Robert Moray, sometime an officer in the Virginia regiment, and afterwards of Amherst's regiment.The seats of the mighty : being the memoirs of Captain Robert Moray, sometime an officer in the Virginia regiment, and afterwards of Amherst's regiment.Reba Coons51365136Reba KoonsReba Koons
19000522Tuesday, May 22nd, 1900View Page1031610316Les miserables.Les miserables.Nellie Penny49854985Nellie PennyNellie Penny
19000524Thursday, May 24th, 1900View Page1106111061Through Russian snows : a story of Napoleon's retreat from Moscow.Through Russian snows : a story of Napoleon's retreat from Moscow.Ferdinand Baker39733973Ferdinand BakerFerdinand Baker
19000526Saturday, May 26th, 1900View Page097979797The ironmaster; or, Love and pride.The ironmaster; or, Love and pride.Chester Baxter39423942Auster PaxsonAuster Paxson
19000601Friday, June 1st, 1900View Page1104711047The pathfinder.The pathfinder.Claude Rider54565456Claude RiderClaude Rider
19000602Saturday, June 2nd, 1900View Page1029510295The seats of the mighty : being the memoirs of Captain Robert Moray, sometime an officer in the Virginia regiment, and afterwards of Amherst's regiment.The seats of the mighty : being the memoirs of Captain Robert Moray, sometime an officer in the Virginia regiment, and afterwards of Amherst's regiment.Walter Howe30143014Walter J. HoweWalter J. Howe
19000602Saturday, June 2nd, 1900View Page1155011550The hunchback of Notre Dame.The hunchback of Notre Dame.Austin Spence44444444Austia SpenceAustia Spence
19000605Tuesday, June 5th, 1900View Page090979097My uncle and my curé.My uncle and my curé.Glae Lumpkin50755075Gloria SumptionGloria Sumption
19000605Tuesday, June 5th, 1900View Page1031610316Les miserables.Les miserables.Nellie Penny49854985Nellie PennyNellie Penny
19000606Wednesday, June 6th, 1900View Page1142711427With Wolfe in Canada : or, The winning of a continent.With Wolfe in Canada : or, The winning of a continent.Noel Houze34773477Mrs. G. H. BorgmanMrs. G. H. Borgman
19000609Saturday, June 9th, 1900View Page1182211822At Aboukir and Acre ; a story of Napoleon's invasion of Egypt.At Aboukir and Acre ; a story of Napoleon's invasion of Egypt.Robert Burt33773377Robert BurtRobert Burt
19000610Sunday, June 10th, 1900View Page1029510295The seats of the mighty : being the memoirs of Captain Robert Moray, sometime an officer in the Virginia regiment, and afterwards of Amherst's regiment.The seats of the mighty : being the memoirs of Captain Robert Moray, sometime an officer in the Virginia regiment, and afterwards of Amherst's regiment.Mary Meyers31073107Mary MyersMary Myers
19000613Wednesday, June 13th, 1900View Page1104711047The pathfinder.The pathfinder.C.R. McGongle50025002C A McGonagleC A McGonagle
19000616Saturday, June 16th, 1900View Page1096510965St. Ives : being the adventures of a French prisoner in England.St. Ives : being the adventures of a French prisoner in England.Lizzie Kuhn16251625Linnie MarshLinnie Marsh
19000616Saturday, June 16th, 1900View Page1155011550The hunchback of Notre Dame.The hunchback of Notre Dame.Harry Guthrie32703270Harry GuthrieHarry Guthrie
19000618Monday, June 18th, 1900View Page066906690The tour of the world in eighty days.The tour of the world in eighty days.Willie Brannon52435243Willie BrannonWillie Brannon
19000618Monday, June 18th, 1900View Page1106111061Through Russian snows : a story of Napoleon's retreat from Moscow.Through Russian snows : a story of Napoleon's retreat from Moscow.Reba Koons51365136Reba KoonsReba Koons
19000621Thursday, June 21st, 1900View Page066816681Underground city, or, The child of the cavern.Underground city, or, The child of the cavern.Ferdinand Baker39733973Ferdinand BakerFerdinand Baker
19000626Tuesday, June 26th, 1900View Page1029510295The seats of the mighty : being the memoirs of Captain Robert Moray, sometime an officer in the Virginia regiment, and afterwards of Amherst's regiment.The seats of the mighty : being the memoirs of Captain Robert Moray, sometime an officer in the Virginia regiment, and afterwards of Amherst's regiment.Mrs. R.H. Munshauer50645064Mrs. R. H. MunshowerMrs. R. H. Munshower
19000627Wednesday, June 27th, 1900View Page1104711047The pathfinder.The pathfinder.Harey Russell51045104Harvey RussellHarvey Russell
19000630Saturday, June 30th, 1900View Page1155011550The hunchback of Notre Dame.The hunchback of Notre Dame.Homer Fordyce52515251Homer L. FordyceHomer L. Fordyce
19000702Monday, July 2nd, 1900View Page1185711857Ezra Jordan's escape from the massacre at Fort Loyall.Ezra Jordan's escape from the massacre at Fort Loyall.J.E. Durham37673767J. E. DurhamJ. E. Durham
19000705Thursday, July 5th, 1900View Page066816681Underground city, or, The child of the cavern.Underground city, or, The child of the cavern.Marx Holt49204920Marx E. HoltMarx E. Holt
19000707Saturday, July 7th, 1900View Page1182211822At Aboukir and Acre ; a story of Napoleon's invasion of Egypt.At Aboukir and Acre ; a story of Napoleon's invasion of Egypt.Harry Bannister47834783Harry B. BannisterHarry B. Bannisterfixed patron number (orig. 4983)
19000711Wednesday, July 11th, 1900View Page1029510295The seats of the mighty : being the memoirs of Captain Robert Moray, sometime an officer in the Virginia regiment, and afterwards of Amherst's regiment.The seats of the mighty : being the memoirs of Captain Robert Moray, sometime an officer in the Virginia regiment, and afterwards of Amherst's regiment.Geo Summers38773877George SummerGeorge Summer
19000713Friday, July 13th, 1900View Page1104711047The pathfinder.The pathfinder.C. A. McGonagle50025002C A McGonagleC A McGonagle
19000719Thursday, July 19th, 1900View Page1155011550The hunchback of Notre Dame.The hunchback of Notre Dame.Delbert Seldoridge24102410Delbert SeldomridgeDelbert Seldomridge
19000721Saturday, July 21st, 1900View Page1104711047The pathfinder.The pathfinder.Olen Todd50775077Olen ToddOlen Todd
19000721Saturday, July 21st, 1900View Page090979097My uncle and my curé.My uncle and my curé.H. R. Wysor47874787Mrs. H. R. WysorMrs. H. R. Wysor
19000724Tuesday, July 24th, 1900View Page1029510295The seats of the mighty : being the memoirs of Captain Robert Moray, sometime an officer in the Virginia regiment, and afterwards of Amherst's regiment.The seats of the mighty : being the memoirs of Captain Robert Moray, sometime an officer in the Virginia regiment, and afterwards of Amherst's regiment.George Summer38773877George SummerGeorge Summer
19000727Friday, July 27th, 1900View Page1013410134For fifteen years : a sequel to The steel hammer.For fifteen years : a sequel to The steel hammer.Gertie Foorman34683468Gertie FoormanGertie Foorman
19000728Saturday, July 28th, 1900View Page1182211822At Aboukir and Acre ; a story of Napoleon's invasion of Egypt.At Aboukir and Acre ; a story of Napoleon's invasion of Egypt.Homer Fordyce52515251Homer L. FordyceHomer L. Fordyce
19000730Monday, July 30th, 1900View Page1155011550The hunchback of Notre Dame.The hunchback of Notre Dame.Mrs. Anne Kirby42034203Mrs. A. J. WilliamsMrs. A. J. WilliamsPatron ID "4203" is registered to "Mrs. A. J. Williams"
19000810Friday, August 10th, 1900View Page066816681Underground city, or, The child of the cavern.Underground city, or, The child of the cavern.Mable Cunningham31293129Mrs. J. S. SampleMrs. J. S. SamplePatron ID "3129" is registered to "J. S. Sample"
19000813Monday, August 13th, 1900View Page1155011550The hunchback of Notre Dame.The hunchback of Notre Dame.Mrs. Anne Kirby42034203Mrs. A. J. WilliamsMrs. A. J. Williams
19000814Tuesday, August 14th, 1900View Page1182211822At Aboukir and Acre ; a story of Napoleon's invasion of Egypt.At Aboukir and Acre ; a story of Napoleon's invasion of Egypt.Prof. T. H. Johnson28502850Theo. H. JohnsonTheo. H. Johnson
19000815Wednesday, August 15th, 1900View Page1029510295The seats of the mighty : being the memoirs of Captain Robert Moray, sometime an officer in the Virginia regiment, and afterwards of Amherst's regiment.The seats of the mighty : being the memoirs of Captain Robert Moray, sometime an officer in the Virginia regiment, and afterwards of Amherst's regiment.W. S. Dragoo51525152Wm. S. DragooWm. S. Dragoo
19000815Wednesday, August 15th, 1900View Page098249824Consuelo ... Translated ... by Fayette Robinson.Consuelo ... Translated ... by Fayette Robinson.Zora Carter53775377Zora CarterZora Carter
19000821Tuesday, August 21st, 1900View Page1104711047The pathfinder.The pathfinder.Mollie Shoemaker55155515Mollie ShoemakerMollie Shoemaker
19000824Friday, August 24th, 1900View Page066816681Underground city, or, The child of the cavern.Underground city, or, The child of the cavern.Reba Koons51365136Reba KoonsReba Koons
19000828Tuesday, August 28th, 1900View Page066906690The tour of the world in eighty days.The tour of the world in eighty days.Wm Hanley54955495Wm HanleyWm Hanley
19000828Tuesday, August 28th, 1900View Page096679667The last of the Mohicans : a narrative of 1757.The last of the Mohicans : a narrative of 1757.Lydia Shoemaker54585458Lydia ShoemakerLydia Shoemaker
19000828Tuesday, August 28th, 1900View Page1029510295The seats of the mighty : being the memoirs of Captain Robert Moray, sometime an officer in the Virginia regiment, and afterwards of Amherst's regiment.The seats of the mighty : being the memoirs of Captain Robert Moray, sometime an officer in the Virginia regiment, and afterwards of Amherst's regiment.B. F. Gribben51255125Mrs. B. F. GribbenMrs. B. F. Gribben
19000829Wednesday, August 29th, 1900View Page1031610316Les miserables.Les miserables.Roscoe Keener35563556Claude ReasonerClaude ReasonerPatron ID "3556" is registered to "Claude Reasoner"
19000901Saturday, September 1st, 1900View Page1155011550The hunchback of Notre Dame.The hunchback of Notre Dame.Edwin Unks30423042Edwin UnksEdwin Unks
19000905Wednesday, September 5th, 1900View Page1096510965St. Ives : being the adventures of a French prisoner in England.St. Ives : being the adventures of a French prisoner in England.Mrs. Nellie Spooner33583358Nellie SpoonerNellie Spooner
19000908Saturday, September 8th, 1900View Page096679667The last of the Mohicans : a narrative of 1757.The last of the Mohicans : a narrative of 1757.Harry Ritter50285028Harry RitterHarry Ritter
19000912Wednesday, September 12th, 1900View Page1031610316Les miserables.Les miserables.Roscoe Koermer35563556Claude ReasonerClaude Reasoner
19000913Thursday, September 13th, 1900View Page096679667The last of the Mohicans : a narrative of 1757.The last of the Mohicans : a narrative of 1757.Renan Robbins39603960Renan RobbinsRenan Robbins
19000915Saturday, September 15th, 1900View Page066816681Underground city, or, The child of the cavern.Underground city, or, The child of the cavern.Glenn Studebaker54695469Glen StudebakerGlen Studebaker
19000915Saturday, September 15th, 1900View Page1155011550The hunchback of Notre Dame.The hunchback of Notre Dame.Mable Hartman33803380Mable HartmanMable Hartman
19000917Monday, September 17th, 1900View Page1182211822At Aboukir and Acre ; a story of Napoleon's invasion of Egypt.At Aboukir and Acre ; a story of Napoleon's invasion of Egypt.Ernest Davis37073707Ernest DavisErnest Davis
19000921Friday, September 21st, 1900View Page1182211822At Aboukir and Acre ; a story of Napoleon's invasion of Egypt.At Aboukir and Acre ; a story of Napoleon's invasion of Egypt.Jamie Templer40144014E. R. TemplerE. R. Templer
19000922Saturday, September 22nd, 1900View Page1029510295The seats of the mighty : being the memoirs of Captain Robert Moray, sometime an officer in the Virginia regiment, and afterwards of Amherst's regiment.The seats of the mighty : being the memoirs of Captain Robert Moray, sometime an officer in the Virginia regiment, and afterwards of Amherst's regiment.Ed Marsh47674767Edwin MarshEdwin Marsh
19000928Friday, September 28th, 1900View Page066816681Underground city, or, The child of the cavern.Underground city, or, The child of the cavern.Clarence Leager46094609Clarence LeagerClarence Leager
19000929Saturday, September 29th, 1900View Page1031610316Les miserables.Les miserables.Ernest Davis37073707Ernest DavisErnest Davis
19001006Saturday, October 6th, 1900View Page1104711047The pathfinder.The pathfinder.Leroy Weaver36433643Leroy WeaverLeroy Weaver
19001006Saturday, October 6th, 1900View Page1029510295The seats of the mighty : being the memoirs of Captain Robert Moray, sometime an officer in the Virginia regiment, and afterwards of Amherst's regiment.The seats of the mighty : being the memoirs of Captain Robert Moray, sometime an officer in the Virginia regiment, and afterwards of Amherst's regiment.Ed Marsh47674767Edwin MarshEdwin Marsh
19001009Tuesday, October 9th, 1900View Page1096510965St. Ives : being the adventures of a French prisoner in England.St. Ives : being the adventures of a French prisoner in England.John Clancy49974997John ClancyJohn Clancy
19001016Tuesday, October 16th, 1900View Page1031610316Les miserables.Les miserables.Mrs. C. E. Dwyer36663666Mrs. C. E. DwyerMrs. C. E. Dwyer
19001017Wednesday, October 17th, 1900View Page066816681Underground city, or, The child of the cavern.Underground city, or, The child of the cavern.Geo. E. Cox52105210Geo E. CoxGeo E. Cox
19001020Saturday, October 20th, 1900View Page1029510295The seats of the mighty : being the memoirs of Captain Robert Moray, sometime an officer in the Virginia regiment, and afterwards of Amherst's regiment.The seats of the mighty : being the memoirs of Captain Robert Moray, sometime an officer in the Virginia regiment, and afterwards of Amherst's regiment.Ed Marsh47674767Edwin MarshEdwin Marsh
19001027Saturday, October 27th, 1900View Page1155011550The hunchback of Notre Dame.The hunchback of Notre Dame.Price Crandall29092909Price CrandallPrice Crandall
19001030Tuesday, October 30th, 1900View Page1031610316Les miserables.Les miserables.Mrs. C. E. Dwyer36663666Mrs. C. E. DwyerMrs. C. E. Dwyer
19001103Saturday, November 3rd, 1900View Page066906690The tour of the world in eighty days.The tour of the world in eighty days.Olie Hockenberry37103710Olie HockenberryOlie Hockenberry"83" is written to the right of borrower name
19001103Saturday, November 3rd, 1900View Page096679667The last of the Mohicans : a narrative of 1757.The last of the Mohicans : a narrative of 1757.Rainard Robbins37133713Rainard RobbinsRainard Robbins
19001107Wednesday, November 7th, 1900View Page1106111061Through Russian snows : a story of Napoleon's retreat from Moscow.Through Russian snows : a story of Napoleon's retreat from Moscow.Ernest Naftzger37193719Ernest NaftzgerErnest Naftzger
19001110Saturday, November 10th, 1900View Page1104711047The pathfinder.The pathfinder.Mrs. Mary Spear39823982Mary SpearMary Spear
19001110Saturday, November 10th, 1900View Page1182211822At Aboukir and Acre ; a story of Napoleon's invasion of Egypt.At Aboukir and Acre ; a story of Napoleon's invasion of Egypt.Landless Bloom45884588Landess BloomLandess Bloom
19001110Saturday, November 10th, 1900View Page1029510295The seats of the mighty : being the memoirs of Captain Robert Moray, sometime an officer in the Virginia regiment, and afterwards of Amherst's regiment.The seats of the mighty : being the memoirs of Captain Robert Moray, sometime an officer in the Virginia regiment, and afterwards of Amherst's regiment.L. H. Wuiternnite55205520L. H. Wuiternnite Jr.L. H. Wuiternnite Jr.
19001112Monday, November 12th, 1900View Page1096510965St. Ives : being the adventures of a French prisoner in England.St. Ives : being the adventures of a French prisoner in England.Mrs. Ed. M. White43894389Mrs. E. M. WhiteMrs. E. M. White
19001112Monday, November 12th, 1900View Page1155011550The hunchback of Notre Dame.The hunchback of Notre Dame.Miss J. Conklin53295329Eliot ZehnerEliot ZehnerPatron ID "5329" is registered to "Eliot Zehner" Patron ID "5330" is registered to "J. Conklin"
19001112Monday, November 12th, 1900View Page1106111061Through Russian snows : a story of Napoleon's retreat from Moscow.Through Russian snows : a story of Napoleon's retreat from Moscow.Herbert Houze34943494Herbert HouzeHerbert Houze
19001117Saturday, November 17th, 1900View Page1031610316Les miserables.Les miserables.Mrs. Carrie Miller49694969Mrs. Carrie MillerMrs. Carrie Miller
19001119Monday, November 19th, 1900View Page1106111061Through Russian snows : a story of Napoleon's retreat from Moscow.Through Russian snows : a story of Napoleon's retreat from Moscow.Harry Ritter50285028Harry RitterHarry Ritter
19001124Saturday, November 24th, 1900View Page1084710847Stories by foreign authors.Stories by foreign authors.J. Conklin53295329Eliot ZehnerEliot Zehner
19001127Tuesday, November 27th, 1900View Page1096510965St. Ives : being the adventures of a French prisoner in England.St. Ives : being the adventures of a French prisoner in England.Lizzie Kuhn16251625Linnie MarshLinnie Marsh
19001127Tuesday, November 27th, 1900View Page1182211822At Aboukir and Acre ; a story of Napoleon's invasion of Egypt.At Aboukir and Acre ; a story of Napoleon's invasion of Egypt.Robbie Knowlton0715715Addie KnowltonAddie Knowlton
19001128Wednesday, November 28th, 1900View Page1155011550The hunchback of Notre Dame.The hunchback of Notre Dame.Ernest Davis37073707Ernest DavisErnest Davis
19001130Friday, November 30th, 1900View Page096679667The last of the Mohicans : a narrative of 1757.The last of the Mohicans : a narrative of 1757.Harry Turner52545254Harry TurnerHarry Turner
19001201Saturday, December 1st, 1900View Page1031610316Les miserables.Les miserables.Arthur Richards34523452Arthur J. RichardsArthur J. Richards
19001201Saturday, December 1st, 1900View Page1106111061Through Russian snows : a story of Napoleon's retreat from Moscow.Through Russian snows : a story of Napoleon's retreat from Moscow.Jas E Templer40144014E. R. TemplerE. R. Templer
19001203Monday, December 3rd, 1900View Page1106111061Through Russian snows : a story of Napoleon's retreat from Moscow.Through Russian snows : a story of Napoleon's retreat from Moscow.Earl Lake47744774Earl LakeEarl Lake
19001203Monday, December 3rd, 1900View Page1085010850Stories by foreign authors.Stories by foreign authors.J. Conklin53295329Eliot ZehnerEliot Zehner
19001204Tuesday, December 4th, 1900View Page1106111061Through Russian snows : a story of Napoleon's retreat from Moscow.Through Russian snows : a story of Napoleon's retreat from Moscow.J W Neagles56065606J. W. NeaglesJ. W. Neagles
19001206Thursday, December 6th, 1900View Page1185711857Ezra Jordan's escape from the massacre at Fort Loyall.Ezra Jordan's escape from the massacre at Fort Loyall.Bob Johnston40684068Hattie JohnstonHattie Johnston
19001206Thursday, December 6th, 1900View Page1029510295The seats of the mighty : being the memoirs of Captain Robert Moray, sometime an officer in the Virginia regiment, and afterwards of Amherst's regiment.The seats of the mighty : being the memoirs of Captain Robert Moray, sometime an officer in the Virginia regiment, and afterwards of Amherst's regiment.Flora Russell23782378Flora RussillFlora Russill
19001206Thursday, December 6th, 1900View Page1085110851Stories by foreign authors.Stories by foreign authors.Miss J Conklin53295329Eliot ZehnerEliot Zehner
19001207Friday, December 7th, 1900View Page066816681Underground city, or, The child of the cavern.Underground city, or, The child of the cavern.J W Neagles56065606J. W. NeaglesJ. W. NeaglesNumber 48 marked after patron's name
19001208Saturday, December 8th, 1900View Page1106111061Through Russian snows : a story of Napoleon's retreat from Moscow.Through Russian snows : a story of Napoleon's retreat from Moscow.Clarence Cobb56275627Clarence CobbClarence Cobb
19001213Thursday, December 13th, 1900View Page098249824Consuelo ... Translated ... by Fayette Robinson.Consuelo ... Translated ... by Fayette Robinson.Mrs Louis Foldrich54575457Mrs. Louis C FoldrichMrs. Louis C Foldrich
19001213Thursday, December 13th, 1900View Page1106111061Through Russian snows : a story of Napoleon's retreat from Moscow.Through Russian snows : a story of Napoleon's retreat from Moscow.Merle Postal53475347Merl PostalMerl Postal
19001215Saturday, December 15th, 1900View Page1106111061Through Russian snows : a story of Napoleon's retreat from Moscow.Through Russian snows : a story of Napoleon's retreat from Moscow.Carl Riblett56405640Carl RiblettCarl Riblett
19001217Monday, December 17th, 1900View Page1029510295The seats of the mighty : being the memoirs of Captain Robert Moray, sometime an officer in the Virginia regiment, and afterwards of Amherst's regiment.The seats of the mighty : being the memoirs of Captain Robert Moray, sometime an officer in the Virginia regiment, and afterwards of Amherst's regiment.M L Carmichael25782578Clarence LaceyClarence Lacey
19001217Monday, December 17th, 1900View Page066816681Underground city, or, The child of the cavern.Underground city, or, The child of the cavern.Earl Werking54135413Earle WerkingEarle Werking
19001218Tuesday, December 18th, 1900View Page1106111061Through Russian snows : a story of Napoleon's retreat from Moscow.Through Russian snows : a story of Napoleon's retreat from Moscow.Harry Ritter50285028Harry RitterHarry Ritter
19001219Wednesday, December 19th, 1900View Page1155011550The hunchback of Notre Dame.The hunchback of Notre Dame.Miss Lena Manor55945594Miss. Lina WanokMiss. Lina Wanok
19001221Friday, December 21st, 1900View Page1185711857Ezra Jordan's escape from the massacre at Fort Loyall.Ezra Jordan's escape from the massacre at Fort Loyall.Louis Bloom29702970Louis BloomLouis Bloom
19001222Saturday, December 22nd, 1900View Page1192511925Roman life in Pliny's time.Roman life in Pliny's time.Mrs Mary Hettel52695269Mary E. HettelMary E. Hettel
19001224Monday, December 24th, 1900View Page1106111061Through Russian snows : a story of Napoleon's retreat from Moscow.Through Russian snows : a story of Napoleon's retreat from Moscow.Clinton Anderson55425542Clinton AndersonClinton Anderson
19001224Monday, December 24th, 1900View Page1182211822At Aboukir and Acre ; a story of Napoleon's invasion of Egypt.At Aboukir and Acre ; a story of Napoleon's invasion of Egypt.Charles Reece36893689Charles ReeceCharles Reece
19001226Wednesday, December 26th, 1900View Page1104711047The pathfinder.The pathfinder.Mamie Urton54915491Mamie UrtonMamie Urton
19001226Wednesday, December 26th, 1900View Page096679667The last of the Mohicans : a narrative of 1757.The last of the Mohicans : a narrative of 1757.Orville Spurgeon28852885Orville SpurgeonOrville Spurgeon
19001227Thursday, December 27th, 1900View Page1106111061Through Russian snows : a story of Napoleon's retreat from Moscow.Through Russian snows : a story of Napoleon's retreat from Moscow.Fred A Swain39653965Fred A SwainFred A Swain
19001229Saturday, December 29th, 1900View Page1031610316Les miserables.Les miserables.F D Reiley56525652F. D. ReileyF. D. Reiley
19001229Saturday, December 29th, 1900View Page1182211822At Aboukir and Acre ; a story of Napoleon's invasion of Egypt.At Aboukir and Acre ; a story of Napoleon's invasion of Egypt.Guy McAllister39003900Guy McAllisterGuy McAllister
19001231Monday, December 31st, 1900View Page1029510295The seats of the mighty : being the memoirs of Captain Robert Moray, sometime an officer in the Virginia regiment, and afterwards of Amherst's regiment.The seats of the mighty : being the memoirs of Captain Robert Moray, sometime an officer in the Virginia regiment, and afterwards of Amherst's regiment.Mary L Carmichael25782578Clarence LaceyClarence Lacey
19010102Wednesday, January 2nd, 1901View Page1106111061Through Russian snows : a story of Napoleon's retreat from Moscow.Through Russian snows : a story of Napoleon's retreat from Moscow.Harry Johnson31513151Harry JohnsonHarry Johnson
19010107Monday, January 7th, 1901View Page1106111061Through Russian snows : a story of Napoleon's retreat from Moscow.Through Russian snows : a story of Napoleon's retreat from Moscow.Arthur Chambers54285428Arthur ChambersArthur Chambers
19010111Friday, January 11th, 1901View Page1029510295The seats of the mighty : being the memoirs of Captain Robert Moray, sometime an officer in the Virginia regiment, and afterwards of Amherst's regiment.The seats of the mighty : being the memoirs of Captain Robert Moray, sometime an officer in the Virginia regiment, and afterwards of Amherst's regiment.Mrs S. Strauss55225522Mrs. S. StraussMrs. S. Strauss
19010111Friday, January 11th, 1901View Page1106111061Through Russian snows : a story of Napoleon's retreat from Moscow.Through Russian snows : a story of Napoleon's retreat from Moscow.Harold McArthur56615661Harrold McArthurHarrold McArthur
19010112Saturday, January 12th, 1901View Page096069606A boy of the First Empire.A boy of the First Empire.Guy Tweedy33083308Guy TweedyGuy Tweedy
19010112Saturday, January 12th, 1901View Page00920920Genevieve : or, The history of a servant girl.Genevieve : or, The history of a servant girl.Mina Guthrie43574357Mina GuthrieMina Guthriefixed patron number (orig. 4857)
19010114Monday, January 14th, 1901View Page1182211822At Aboukir and Acre ; a story of Napoleon's invasion of Egypt.At Aboukir and Acre ; a story of Napoleon's invasion of Egypt.Carl Riblett56405640Carl RiblettCarl Riblett
19010114Monday, January 14th, 1901View Page00976976Typee : a peep at Polynesian life during a four months residence in a valley of the Marquesas.Typee : a peep at Polynesian life during a four months residence in a valley of the Marquesas.Carolyn Cohn37423742Carrie CohnCarrie Cohn
19010118Friday, January 18th, 1901View Page096679667The last of the Mohicans : a narrative of 1757.The last of the Mohicans : a narrative of 1757.Ferdinand Baker38733873Mrs. E MerlinMrs. E Merlin
19010119Saturday, January 19th, 1901View Page1096510965St. Ives : being the adventures of a French prisoner in England.St. Ives : being the adventures of a French prisoner in England.W R Thornburg55855585Mrs. R. ThornburgMrs. R. Thornburg
19010121Monday, January 21st, 1901View Page1106111061Through Russian snows : a story of Napoleon's retreat from Moscow.Through Russian snows : a story of Napoleon's retreat from Moscow.Kenneth Spurgeon53645364Kenneth SpurgeonKenneth SpurgeonOriginal transaction lists patron # as 5064, but this was likely an error and has been changed to reflect Kenneth Spurgeon's actual patron # 5364.
19010122Tuesday,