Grimshaw Articles from the New York Times, 1851 to 1980

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The New York Times website includes a search function for back issues for the period 1851 to 1980. A search for “Grimshaw” yielded 822 results, which are included on this webpage, along with 11 additional “hits” for other spellings of Grimshaw. The order of the results appears to be somewhat random, with a possible bias to decreasing relevance of the article to the search term. The New York Times website is at:

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The articles comprise a vast resource for information on Grimshaw immigrants and their descendants in America as well as other Grimshaws throughout the world. Copies of the articles can be obtained in PDF format for an individual fee or for a reasonable “TimesSelect” monthly charge. Additions are being made to this webpage as the articles are explored on the Times website.

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General Observations

Robert Grimshaw wrote many letters to the Times; needs a webpage corollary to his

John Grimshaw, bankruptcy judge, had a lot articles. Needs his own webpage corollary to the Paterson, NJ Grimshaw webpage

Grimshaw Entries
  1. Article available with TimesSelect subscription or for purchase GERRY PATTISON WED TO EX-PILOT; Bryn Mawr Alumna Bride of Thomas Barker Grimshaw in White Plains Ch…  [PDF]

    WHITE PLAINS, N.Y., May 26 –The marriage of Miss Gerry Pattison, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Allen Pattison, to Thomas Barker Grimshaw, son of Mrs. Ira L. Grimshaw of Clermont, Fla., formerly of Scarsdale, and the late Mr. Grimshaw, took place this a…

    May 27, 1951 – Article

 

 

 

 

  1. Article available with TimesSelect subscription or for purchase G.F. FLEMING HEADS NEW JERSEY LEGION; Grimshaw Named to National Executive Committee at Trenton Con…  [PDF]

    TRENTON, N.J., Aug. 13. — Major George F. Fleming of this city was elected State Commander of the American Legion here today to succeed John Grimshaw Jr. of Paterson….

    August 14, 1927 – Article
  2. Article available with TimesSelect subscription or for purchase Grimshaw Out for Season [PDF]

    March 16, 1977 – Article
  3. Article available with TimesSelect subscription or for purchase BEATRICE GRIMSHAW, WROTE OF SOUTH SEAS [PDF]

    July 1, 1953 – Obituary
  4. Article available with TimesSelect subscription or for purchase MISS ANN GRIMSHAW 9 TO BE WED APRIL 1 [PDF]

    March 23, 1952 – Marriage Announcement
  5. Article available with TimesSelect subscription or for purchase i Harriet Grimshaw To Marry in April [PDF]

    February 21, 1965 – Marriage Announcement
  6. Article available with TimesSelect subscription or for purchase LAMAR C. GRIMSHAW [PDF]

    July 30, 1950 – Obituary
  7. Article available with TimesSelect subscription or for purchase MISS BROUWER NUPTIALS; She Is Wed to Ensign Edward C.I Grimshaw in Montclair [PDF]

    May 31, 1943 – Marriage Announcement
  8. Article available with TimesSelect subscription or for purchase WEINSTEIN HOLDS LEAD; Draws With Grimshaw in 8th Round of Canadian Chess [PDF]

    September 4, 1960 – Article
  9. Article available with TimesSelect subscription or for purchase Grimshaw Quits Tufts Post [PDF]

    May 9, 1971 – Article
  10. Article available with TimesSelect subscription or for purchase NUPTIALS IN JERSEY FOR MARY E. TIERNAN; Grimshaw–Brewer [PDF]

    September 8, 1946 – Article
  1. Article available with TimesSelect subscription or for purchase ELLIOTT W. GRIMSHAW [PDF]

    January 18, 1961 – Obituary
  2. Article available with TimesSelect subscription or for purchase Grimshaw to Coach Tufts Five [PDF]

    May 5, 1953 – Article
  3. Article available with TimesSelect subscription or for purchase IRA L. GRIMSHAW; An NBC Counsel for 10 Years — Once Herbert Hoover Aide [PDF]

    January 2, 1943 – Obituary
  4. Article available with TimesSelect subscription or for purchase Grimshaw–Stowell [PDF]

    January 11, 1939 – Article
  5. Article available with TimesSelect subscription or for purchase Anna Grimshaw to Be Married [PDF]

    December 12, 1940 – Article
  6. Article available with TimesSelect subscription or for purchase Grimshaw — Schmelzer [PDF]

    November 29, 1936 – Marriage Announcement
  7. Article available with TimesSelect subscription or for purchase Jane Grimshaw a Bride [PDF]

    June 18, 1939 – Article
  8. Article available with TimesSelect subscription or for purchase Jane Grimshaw to Be Guest [PDF]

    November 3, 1942 – Marriage Announcement
  9. Article available with TimesSelect subscription or for purchase Brouwer — Grimshaw [PDF]

    December 21, 1942 – Marriage Announcement
  10. Article available with TimesSelect subscription or for purchase Grimshaw to Run for Congress. [PDF]

    September 12, 1920 – Article
  1. Article available with TimesSelect subscription or for purchase Will Receive Grimshaw Medal [PDF]

    July 10, 1942 – Article
  2. Article available with TimesSelect subscription or for purchase BLACK SHEEP’S GOLD. By Beatrice Grimshaw. 283 pp. New York: Henry Holt & Co. $2. [PDF]

    November 13, 1927 – Review
  3. Article available with TimesSelect subscription or for purchase MYRON GRIMSHAW [PDF]

    December 12, 1936 – Obituary
  4. Article available with TimesSelect subscription or for purchase SOUTH SEA ADVENTURE; THE WRECK OF THE REDWING. By Beatrice Grimshaw. 318 pp. New York: Henry Holt &…  [PDF]

    March 6, 1927 – Review
  5. Article available with TimesSelect subscription or for purchase NEW JERSEY LEGION ENDS CONVENTION; Officers Are Elected Without Opposition — J. Grimshaw Jr, New S…  [PDF]

    September 12, 1926 – Article
  6. Article available with TimesSelect subscription or for purchase MISS GRIMSHAW WINS RACE; Gains Title In Annual Harvard Summer School Sculling Events. [PDF]

    August 8, 1931 – Article
  7. Article available with TimesSelect subscription or for purchase BOSTON’S TALK OF BOOKS AND MEN; Life Saving Service in Fiction — C.G.D. Roberts to Write of the Be…  [PDF]

    BOSTON, Jan. 10. — None too promptly has American fiction discovered that the Life Saving Service crews provide self-trained heroes who need not fear comparison with the State-trained soldier and sailor, and Miss Harriet T. Comstock’s “Janet of the Dunes…

    January 11, 1908 – Review
  8. Article available with TimesSelect subscription or for purchase Dark Mysteries of Papua; Dark Mysteries of Papua [PDF]

    February 4, 1923 – Article
  9. Article available with TimesSelect subscription or for purchase An Assorted Navy. [PDF]

    May 10, 1916 – Letter
  10. Article available with TimesSelect subscription or for purchase CONSISTENT” SPELLING STATEMENT DISPUTED [PDF]

    January 15, 1928 – Letter
  1. Article available with TimesSelect subscription or for purchase And on How to Touch Things with the Top of Your Head. [PDF]

    In answer to a recent communication by Mrs. Pinchot in THE TIMES, in which she quotes Professor Sargent against military training, I beg to offer the following letter from William Muldoon, benefactor and remaker of men who have become broken down mentally…

    May 30, 1916 – Letter
  2. Article available with TimesSelect subscription or for purchase BEFORE AND AFTER.; Post-Nomination Treatment of Governor Smith by Republicans. [PDF]

    July 24, 1928 – Letter
  3. Article available with TimesSelect subscription or for purchase Welding and Riveting. [PDF]

    May 26, 1930 – Letter
  4. Article available with TimesSelect subscription or for purchase Plattdeutsch Newspapers. [PDF]

    September 25, 1915 – Letter
  5. Article available with TimesSelect subscription or for purchase Other Lovers of French. [PDF]

    November 4, 1915 – Letter
  6. Article available with TimesSelect subscription or for purchase A New Yorker Sees How Efficiently It Is Done In Dresden. [PDF]

    Assuming that it was necessary to bring 50,000 soldiers suddenly to Manhattan to resist an invading army, or quell a riot, where would we quarter them? In the great hotels for which the metropolis is world famous, or on the grass in the various parks? I q…

    May 9, 1916 – Letter
  7. Article available with TimesSelect subscription or for purchase Shooting in the Air. [PDF]

    June 10, 1931 – Letter
  8. Article available with TimesSelect subscription or for purchase News for the Blind. [PDF]

    February 24, 1935 – Letter
  9. Article available with TimesSelect subscription or for purchase Appreciation In Editorial.; Inventing the Sewing Machine [PDF]

    May 23, 1931 – – Letter
  10. Article available with TimesSelect subscription or for purchase Leonia’s Postal Service. [PDF]

    February 16, 1935 – Letter
  1. Article available with TimesSelect subscription or for purchase MR. WEISSER’S REMARKS.; Candidate Corrects Printed Version of Statements About the Bar. Mrs. Willeb…  [PDF]

    August 12, 1929 – Letter
  2. Article available with TimesSelect subscription or for purchase CORROSION LESS RAPID IN IRON WATER PIPES [PDF]

    September 11, 1927 – Letter
  3. Article available with TimesSelect subscription or for purchase Lubricating Oils and Metals. [PDF]

    July 20, 1932 – Letter
  4. Article available with TimesSelect subscription or for purchase Pacifists. [PDF]

    February 16, 1936 – Letter
  5. Article available with TimesSelect subscription or for purchase Asses [PDF]

    August 23, 1936 – Editorial
  6. Article available with TimesSelect subscription or for purchase A TEST OF PROHIBITION.; Let the Census Officials Take a Plebiscite Next Year. SHANTUNG AN INDUSTRIA…  [PDF]

    July 27, 1919 – Letter
  7. Article available with TimesSelect subscription or for purchase Mr. Royce’s Challenge. [PDF]

    June 22, 1916 – Letter
  8. Article available with TimesSelect subscription or for purchase The Philippines. [PDF]

    June 29, 1916 – Letter
  9. Article available with TimesSelect subscription or for purchase Insufficient Heat. [PDF]

    February 26, 1934 – Letter
  10. Article available with TimesSelect subscription or for purchase Answer to a Challenge. [PDF]

    June 3, 1916 – Letter
  1. Article available with TimesSelect subscription or for purchase Reading for the Blind. [PDF]

    July 28, 1932 – Letter
  2. Article available with TimesSelect subscription or for purchase Letters to The Times; Help for Czechs Needed Refugees in France Are Described as Being in Dire Stra…  [PDF]

    June 18, 1940 – Letter
  3. Article available with TimesSelect subscription or for purchase Back to Mr. Royce. [PDF]

    June 9, 1916 – Letter
  4. Article available with TimesSelect subscription or for purchase Letters to The Times; Giving Thought to Voting We Are, It Is Contended, Too Heedless of the Sanctit…  [PDF]

    TO THE EDITOR OF THE NEW YORK TIMES: The letter entitled “The Unwritten Constitution” seems to me to reflect all too well the false motivations for voting that are continually held up before the American public….

    August 3, 1938 – Letter
  5. Article available with TimesSelect subscription or for purchase Regret at WFA’s Passing.; Inventing the Steam Engine. [PDF]

    February 26, 1930 – Letter
  6. Article available with TimesSelect subscription or for purchase R.H. Davis and American Shoes. [PDF]

    December 12, 1915 – Letter
  7. Article available with TimesSelect subscription or for purchase Too Much Slang. [PDF]

    February 6, 1915 – Letter
  8. Article available with TimesSelect subscription or for purchase Mr. Root’s Logic. [PDF]

    July 18, 1915 – Letter
  9. Article available with TimesSelect subscription or for purchase Disadvantages of Plane Trees. [PDF]

    August 6, 1934 – Letter
  10. Article available with TimesSelect subscription or for purchase THE NEWS DID LEAK.; Even Civilians Had Advance Knowledge of War Troop Movements. As to War Debts. B…  [PDF]

    January 29, 1931 – Letter
  1. Article available with TimesSelect subscription or for purchase Maps. [PDF]

    September 8, 1935 – Letter
  2. Article available with TimesSelect subscription or for purchase Engineers Passed Over. [PDF]

    November 12, 1935 – Letter
  3. Article available with TimesSelect subscription or for purchase Historical. [PDF]

    May 26, 1935 – Letter
  4. Article available with TimesSelect subscription or for purchase REPUDIATES SPERBER’S VIEWS; Present Editor of Organisation Defends Mail Order Concerns. [PDF]

    May 5, 1909 – Letter
  5. Article available with TimesSelect subscription or for purchase The Preparedness Purse Empty. [PDF]

    June 6, 1916 – Letter
  6. Article available with TimesSelect subscription or for purchase Warning [PDF]

    August 16, 1936 – Letter
  7. Article available with TimesSelect subscription or for purchase IS HISTORY REPEATING? [PDF]

    May 7, 1933 – Letter
  8. Article available with TimesSelect subscription or for purchase Size of the American Legion. [PDF]

    January 6, 1916 – Letter
  9. Article available with TimesSelect subscription or for purchase The Soldier’s Feet. [PDF]

    March 28, 1916 – Letter
  10. Article available with TimesSelect subscription or for purchase SHAKESPEARE’S FOIBLE. [PDF]

    May 14, 1933 – Letter
  1. Article available with TimesSelect subscription or for purchase The Times’s War New in England. [PDF]

    November 8, 1914 – Letter
  2. Article available with TimesSelect subscription or for purchase Our Blind Navy. [PDF]

    April 29, 1916 – Letter
  3. Article available with TimesSelect subscription or for purchase LAWS TO GOVERN AVIATION; American Bar Association Air Committee Favors Virginia Regulations SOOTY C…  [PDF]

    April 15, 1928 – Letter
  4. Article available with TimesSelect subscription or for purchase Letters to The Times; Costs of Production Computing Them Called Elusive but Not Impossible Some Fac…  [PDF]

    TO THE EDITOR OF THE NEW YORK TIMES: I read with interest the letter of my townsman Scoville Hamlin in quest of “an adequate measure of cost.” It is quite right that unfair rates and unfair methods of competition inevitably lead to consideration of the co…

    August 1, 1938 – Letter
  5. Article available with TimesSelect subscription or for purchase What Rosstrappe Means. [PDF]

    October 31, 1915 – Letter
  6. Article available with TimesSelect subscription or for purchase Letter to the Editor 2 — No Title [PDF]

    October 14, 1915 – Letter
  7. Article available with TimesSelect subscription or for purchase AS TO INVENTIONS. [PDF]

    June 14, 1931 – Letter
  8. Article available with TimesSelect subscription or for purchase Vacuum. [PDF]

    October 20, 1935 – Letter
  9. Article available with TimesSelect subscription or for purchase ICKES: Error Charged [PDF]

    March 16, 1941 – Letter
  10. Article available with TimesSelect subscription or for purchase Gompers as Budgeteer. [PDF]

    June 6, 1922 – Letter
  1. Article available with TimesSelect subscription or for purchase Letters to The Times; Children Called to Crusade Young Folk Here Asked to Aid Those of the War-Torn…  [PDF]

    April 18, 1940 – Letter
  2. Article available with TimesSelect subscription or for purchase MISS GERRY PATTISON BECOMES BETROTHED [PDF]

    WHITE PLAINS, N.Y., Jan. 13 –Mr. and Mrs. Hubert A. Pattison have announced the engagement of their daughter, Gerry, to Thomas Barker Grimshaw of San Francisco, son of Mrs. Ira L. Grimshaw of Claremont, Fla., formerly of Scarsdale, and the late Mr. Grims…

    January 14, 1951 – Article
  3. Article available with TimesSelect subscription or for purchase After ‘Zonked,’ ‘Zapped’; After ‘ZonKed,’ ‘Zapped’ [PDF]

    GRIMSHAW, the Off Broadway producer, was sitting with his tax lawyer over marijuana and coffee at Downstairs at the Uptight, the Sardi’s of St. Marks Place. Grimshaw, producer of “Zonked,” listened intently as the lawyer detailed the profit figures of the…

    January 18, 1970 – Article
  4. Article available with TimesSelect subscription or for purchase WPB TO ANALYZE GOODS SHORTAGES; New Survey of Items in Civilian Use, Set for March, Will Aim at Equ…  [PDF]

    WASHINGTON, Jan. 19 — A second and more specific nation-wide survey on civilian consumer goods items which are in short supply will be made in March, Dr. Austin Grimshaw, who conducted the first civilian shortage census for the War Production Board’s Off…

    January 20, 1944 – Article
  5. Article available with TimesSelect subscription or for purchase CIO UNION RESTRAINED IN PAPER PLANT STRIKE [PDF]

    RIDGEFIELD PARK, N. J., Oct. 6 — Announcement was made today by lawyers for the Continental Paper Company here that Superior Court Judge John Grimshaw Jr. has granted an injunction restraining Local 299, United Paperworkers Union, CIO, from mass picketin…

    October 7, 1949 – Article
  6. Article available with TimesSelect subscription or for purchase LONGO HALED TO PRISON; Called to Appear Tomorrow to Begin Serving Sentence [PDF]

    JERSEY CITY, N.J., Nov. 14– John R. Longo, political foe of Mayor Frank Hague, was notified today by deputy New Jersey Attorney General John Grimshaw Jr….

    November 15, 1945 – Article
  7. Article available with TimesSelect subscription or for purchase Colleen Takes Futurity at Spaniel Show Here; PARTI-COLOR WINS IN SEASON OPENER Kenobo Constellation…  [PDF]

    A smart little red-and-white cocker spaniel named Upsan Down’s Colleen, owned by Mrs. Robert E. Grimshaw of Norwich, Conn., became dogdom’s New Year’s baby yesterday when she emerged as winner of the Futurity that always is an opening-day highlight of the…

    January 4, 1970 – Article
  8. Article available with TimesSelect subscription or for purchase LEARN DEL GIUDICE BACKER; William G. Riley, Business Man, Supporting Film Producer [PDF]

    LONDON, Jan. 16 (Reuters) – The mystery of “Mister X,” the anonymous British business man who is backing Filippo del Giudice, film producer, in his plan to boost British movies in the United States, has been solved. William Grimshaw Riley, close personal …

    January 17, 1948 – Article
  9. Article available with TimesSelect subscription or for purchase Paramus Blue Law Foe Loses Injunction Bid [PDF]

    PARAMUS, N.J., Feb. 3 — An application for a temporary injunction against the Paramus Sunday Closing Law was denied today by Superior Court Judge John Grimshaw Jr….

    February 4, 1961 –
    Article
  10. Article available with TimesSelect subscription or for purchase JERSEY CARRIERS SUE PIER UNION IN STRIKE [PDF]

    PATERSON, N. J., Feb. 23 (AP) — Superior Court Judge John Grimshaw Jr. granted a temporary restraining order yesterday to prevent the International Long-shoremens Association from allegedly interfering with oil transportation in the New York Harbor area….

    February 24, 1952 – Article
  1. Article available with TimesSelect subscription or for purchase PLAN FOR TRUST TO AID LIQUIDATION; Referee Files Proposals for Reynolds Investing in the Federal Co…  [PDF]

    NEWARK, N.J., Dec. 5–A plan for the reorganization of the Reynolds Investing Company, Inc., an investment trust, for its orderly liquidation was filed here today in the Federal court by John Grimshaw, referee in bankruptcy in Jersey City….

    December 6, 1939 – Article
  2. Article available with TimesSelect subscription or for purchase AMERICAN LEAGUE.; Ferris’s Long Hit to Left Field Scored Three Runs and Beat New York. [PDF]

    BOSTON, Mass., May 5. — Dougherty’s run scored in the fourth inning of to-day’s game looked big enough to win until the seventh inning, when, with Collins on third, and Grimshaw on first, Ferris hit to deep left field for a home run. The drive was a beau…

    May 6, 1905 – Article
  3. Article available with TimesSelect subscription or for purchase REYNOLDS INVESTING HAS PLAN APPROVED; Court Passes Recommendations of Referee to SEC [PDF]

    NEWARK, N.J., Dec. 18–Federal Judge Guy L. Fake approved today a report by John Grimshaw Jr., referee in bankruptcy, in which a plan was recommended for reorganization of the Reynolds Investing Company, Inc., an investment trust, for the purpose of order…

    December 19, 1939 – Article
  4. Article available with TimesSelect subscription or for purchase REFEREE APPROVES BOTANY MILLS PLAN; Original Draft of Bondholders’ Committee Recommended to Federal…  [PDF]

    PATERSON, N.J., Nov. 8. — Approval of the original plan of the bondholders’ protective committee for the reorganization of Botany Consolidated Mills, Inc., is recommended by John Grimshaw Jr., Federal Bankruptcy Referee, in a report which has been forwar…

    November 9, 1936 – Article
  5. Article available with TimesSelect subscription or for purchase BRITISH PLANE VICTIM HAD HUSBAND HERE; Russell Armitage of Dover, N.J., Says He Was Expecting Her A…  [PDF]

    LONDON, Sept. 17 — The woman killed in an airplane smash at Ivenghoc Friday was identified at the inquest today as Ethel Russell Armitage, English by birth and the wife of Russel Armitage, whose address is understood to be Maple Avenue, Dover, N.J. She w…

    September 18, 1923 – Article
  6. Article available with TimesSelect subscription or for purchase PLAGUED BY A DARK MAN.; He Orders Delicacies C.O.D., and Even Funerals for Roosevelt Hospital. [PDF]

    A tall, dark man, dressed in black with a white slouch hat and a belt from which hang two tassels, has been worrying Supt. Grimshaw of Roosevelt Hospital….

    October 12, 1905 – Article
  7. Article available with TimesSelect subscription or for purchase “Sandwich Men, ” with Feir-Price Placards, To Stand in Front off Eight Food Stores [PDF]

    As a protest against profiteering on retail sales of fruit, vegetables and fish, Dr. Robert Grimshaw, a special lecturer in New York University, suggested yesterday that “sandwich men” be posted at the doors of dealers, with placards ……

    August 5, 1920 – Front Page
  8. Article available with TimesSelect subscription or for purchase Eastern League Games. [PDF]

    Buffalo began a series of four games with the Jersey City baseball club of the Eastern League yesterday, and although the visitors outbatted the local players the Jerseymen won the game through errors made by Grimshaw and Shaw of Buffalo….

    May 16, 1902 – Article
  9. Article available with TimesSelect subscription or for purchase FOUND GUILTY OF PERJURY. [PDF]

    In December last George Grimshaw was a witness for the defense in the suit of Fannie A. Devine against Thomas Devine for a limited divorce….

    September 14, 1883 – Article
  10. Article available with TimesSelect subscription or for purchase Boston Wins in the Twelfth. [PDF]

    BOSTON, Aug. 5. — Boston won to-day’s game, 3 to 2, in twelve innings. Pruiett’s lack of control did not count in the run getting. Boston saved the game by putting in Hoey and Grimshaw to bat for Criger and Pruiett and won in the twelfth by a batting ral…

    August 6, 1907 – Article
  1. Article available with TimesSelect subscription or for purchase Boston Gets Jack Thoney. [PDF]

    BOSTON, June 18. — Jack Thoney of the Toronto Club of the Eastern League has been obtained by the Boston Americans in exchange for First Baseman Grimshaw and Second Baseman Schlafly, the latter recently purchased from Washington. The New York Americans w…

    June 19, 1907 – Article
  2. Article available with TimesSelect subscription or for purchase CITY AND SUBURBAN NEWS; NEW-YORK. BROOKLYN. WESTCHESTER COUNTY. NEW-JERSEY. [PDF]

    “Grimshaw” has sent $2 to THE TIMES for Mrs. Landgraf, which was delivered to her last night….

    July 9, 1886 – Article
  3. Article available with TimesSelect subscription or for purchase REAL HENRY II.; Not the Good King of Certain English Histories. [PDF]

    I have in my possession a scrap heap of old books and among them is a history of England by William Grimshaw. It is written from the English standpoint and has been in use in academies and schools for the last sixty years. It has words of praise for Engli…

    May 23, 1909 – Letter
  4. Article available with TimesSelect subscription or for purchase LOSSES BY FIRE. [PDF]

    The barn and other buildings surrounding the residence of F.E. Grimshaw, at East Hampton, L.I., were destroyed by fire yesterday morning. The loss is $5,000, covered partially by insurance in the Suffolk County Mutual Company. Four valuable horses, twenty…

    December 12, 1891 – Article
  5. Article available with TimesSelect subscription or for purchase HIGH PRAISE FOR HOSPITAL.; Gen. Pershing Commends Mackay Roosevelt Unit for Work at Front. [PDF]

    More than 33,000 soldiers passed through the Mackay-Roosevelt Hospital Unit, Base Hospital No, 15, during its operations in France, according to the report of Charles B. Grimshaw, Superintendent of Roosevelt Hospital, issued yesterday….

    April 28, 1919 – Article
  6. Article available with TimesSelect subscription or for purchase To Pass on Botany Mills Fees [PDF]

    Petitions for allowances for fees and disbursements in connection with the reorganization of Botany Consolidated Mills, Inc., under the Federal Bankruptcy Act, will be heard at 2:30 P. M. on Monday in the County Court House in Paterson by Referee John Gri…

    February 14, 1937 – Article
  7. Article available with TimesSelect subscription or for purchase PATENTS FOR EXPORT GOODS.; Advice to Manufacturers on Procedure in Germany. [PDF]

    WASHINGTON, Sept. 11. — Consul General Mason of Berlin sends a report from Robert Grimshaw of Hanover, Germany, on the importance of securing patents on articles imported into Germany when such articles
    are patentable….

    September 12, 1905 – Article
  8. Article available with TimesSelect subscription or for purchase Article 11 — No Title [PDF]

    PATERSON, N.J., Jan. 10. — The meeting of silk manufacturers endorsed the action of the Silk Association in New-York this afternoon, and appointed John Grimshaw, Joseph Wadsworth, and Daniel J. Sheehan a committee to prepare and have signed a memorial to…

    January 11, 1890 – Article
  9. Article available with TimesSelect subscription or for purchase AMERICAN LEAGUE.; Greater New Yorks Beaten in First Inning in Last Boston Game. [PDF]

    BOSTON, Mass., May 9. — The Bostons wound up their series with the Greater New Yorks this afternoon with a victory, the score being 5 to 2. Powell and Tannehill were the opposing pitchers, and the game was lost by the visitors in the first inning, when B…

    May 10, 1905 – Article
  10. Article available with TimesSelect subscription or for purchase AMONG THE AUTHORS [PDF]

    Beatrice Grimshaw, author of “When the Red Gods Fail,” is at present in New Guinea, where she is gathering material for a new book….

    September 2, 1911 – Article
  1. Article available with TimesSelect subscription or for purchase McGINNITY LEADS LEAGUE.; Iron Man Best Batsman In Eastern League — The Averages. [PDF]

    “Iron Man” McGinnity, the ex-Giant and present manager of the Newark team, leads the Eastern League batsmen with an average of .400. He has played In eight games. Fitzgerald of Providence and Grimshaw of Toronto have played In more games and are close beh…

    May 15, 1910 – Article
  2. Article available with TimesSelect subscription or for purchase WELL-KNOWN JOCKEYS DEAD. [PDF]

    James Grimshaw, the once famous lightweight jockey, has just died of earneer in Bohemia, and although he obtained considerable success both as a jockey and as a trainer in Austria and Germany, where he settled after leavlng England in 1870, he is reported…

    January 6, 1889 – Article
  3. Article available with TimesSelect subscription or for purchase MARJORIE THOMSON ENGAGED TO MARRY; Her Mother Announces Troth to Harry Barton Jr.-Both Live in Uppe…  [PDF]

    Mrs. Georgine Thomson of this place has announced the engagement of her daughter, Miss Marjorie Grimshaw Thomson, to Harry Lee Barton Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry L. Barton, also of Upper
    Montclair….

    August 1, 1937 – Article
  4. Article available with TimesSelect subscription or for purchase A SHOPLIFTER CAUGHT IN THE ACT. [PDF]

    Detective Wilson, of the Fourth Precinct, while on duty in Grand-street on Saturday evening, observed Mary Grimshaw. 65 years old, whose picture can be seen under No. 257 in the Rogues’ Gallery, enter Ridley’s store with the easy confidence of a woman who…

    November 19, 1883 – Article
  5. Article available with TimesSelect subscription or for purchase COMPLETING LISTS OF AUTUMN BOOKS; Publications in Various Fields Announced for the Mid-Season — Ge…  [PDF]

    AMONG the books published yesterday by Doubleday, Page Co. are “Fiji and Its Possibilities,” by Beatrice Grimshaw; “In High Places,” a story of modern New York, by Dolores Bacon: “The Wonderful Adventures of Nils,” by Selma Lagerlof; “With Juliet in Engla…

    October 26, 1907 – Review
  6. Article available with TimesSelect subscription or for purchase IMPERSONATING NAVY OFFICER; Police seek “Lieut. Cox,” Who Deceived a Girl and Passed Bad Checks. [PDF]

    The police of a dozen cities are looking for a bogus ” Lieut. Cox, U.S.N.,” who is traveling about the country getting forged checks cashed, and causing trouble generally. The fellow, whose picture in the uniform of an officer of the navy, is in the hands…

    June 9, 1908 – Article
  7. Article available with TimesSelect subscription or for purchase J. G. WILKINSON DIES; BLIND BOTANIST, 81; English Scientist Distinguished Flowers and Trees by Touc…  [PDF]

    John Grimshaw Wilkinson, blind botanist, on whom Leeds University conferred an honorary degree of Master of Science for his investigations of botanical flora, died today at Leeds at the age of 81….

    March 2, 1937 – Article
  8. Article available with TimesSelect subscription or for purchase AMERICAN LEAGUE.; Wild Throws Give Bostons Three Runs and Victory Over New York. [PDF]

    BOSTON, Mass., June 24. — Wild throws by Chase and Dougherty, which allowed three runs to be scored, were the cause of the Greater New Yorks’ defeat to-day by the champion Bostons by the score of 3 to 0. The tallies were made in this way: Stahl was hit b…

    June 25, 1905 – Article
  9. Article available with TimesSelect subscription or for purchase Will Recondition 100 Cars [PDF]

    ALTOONA, Pa., Jan. 14 (AP).– One hundred passenger cars of the Pennsylvania Railroad will be reconditioned and streamlined in the company’s shops here at a cost of $2,500,000, F.G. Grimshaw, manager, announced today. He said approximately $1,000,000 woul…

    January 15, 1939 – Article
  10. Article available with TimesSelect subscription or for purchase CHAMPIONS BEATEN BY GREATER NEW YORKS; Chesbro and Griffith Held Boston Down to Two Safe Hits. ANOT…  [PDF]

    With Chesbro in the pitcher’s box for seven innings and Griffith officiating in the other two, the Greater New Yorks scored a clever victory over the Bostons yesterday, the final tally being three runs to two. Not one of these runs was earned, Chesbro and…

    May 4, 1905 – Article
  1. Article available with TimesSelect subscription or for purchase Elected at Mercersburg [PDF]

    The three lower classes of the Mercersburg Academy have elected officers as follows: Upper Middler President, Richard Greene of St. David, Pa.; secretary, Joseph L. Jamison of Greensburg, Pa., and historian, Frederick G. Grimshaw Jr. of Altoona, Pa. Lower …

    February 17, 1937 – Article
  2. Article available with TimesSelect subscription or for purchase CONTESTING A WILL IN ENGLAND.; EXTRAORDINARY DELUSIONS HOW A HUSBAND WAS AFFECTED BY THE KICK OF AH…  [PDF]

    The case of Grimshaw against Hutton, in which the plaintiff prayed the court to pronounce for the will of William Hutten, gentleman of Manchester, who died possessed of about $175,000 personality in September, 1870, was heard recently in an English court …

    July 22, 1877 – Article
  3. Article available with TimesSelect subscription or for purchase Letters to The Times; Buildings Not All-Important Success of Fair Held to Depend on the Exhibits Ra…  [PDF]

    TO THE EDITOR OF THE NEW YORK TIMES: Architecture cannot make a great fair, but architects can break one. This aphorism is evoked by the knowledge that, from present indications, the forthcoming New York World’s Fair appears to be “in the bornin’ ” of the…

    February 25, 1938 – Letter
  4. Article available with TimesSelect subscription or for purchase Letters to The Times; Measure of Cost Wanted Industry Today Regarded as Suffering From the Lack of …  [PDF]

    TO THE EDITOR OF THE NEW YORK TIMES: The failure of Congress to define “unfair methods of competition” has reduced the anti-trust laws to a question of ‘judicial discretion. Instead of preventing detriment to public welfare, these laws “require the demons…

    July 28, 1938 – Letter
  5. Article available with TimesSelect subscription or for purchase Youth Awarded $127 Million [PDF]

    SANTA ANA, Calif., Feb. 7 (AP)– An Orange County Superior Court jury has ordered the Ford Motor Company to pay $127.8 million in damages to a youth who suffered severe burns over 95 percent of his body when the gas tank of a 1972 Pinto exploded….

    February 8, 1978 – Article
  6. Article available with TimesSelect subscription or for purchase Detroit Stunned by Recall Blitz; The Problems Recalls Industry Response [PDF]

    DETROIT–During 1977, the American automobile industry recalled more cars than it sold. Some 10.4 million passenger cars of various model years recalled, 9.3 million new cars sold….

    March 12, 1978 – Article
  7. Article available with TimesSelect subscription or for purchase Canada Will Sell 8 Concerns; Companies Described [PDF]

    TORONTO, Sept. 28 Canada’s new Conservative Government announced today that it was putting on sale eight major Government-owned corporations valued at more than $804 million….

    September 29, 1979 – Article
  8. Article available with TimesSelect subscription or for purchase The Mixed Breed Of Dog Trainers; A Mixed Breed of Dog Trainers [PDF]

    August 10, 1977 – Article
  9. Article available with TimesSelect subscription or for purchase Ex-Husband of Victim Charged in a Blast Fatal to 6; Box Reported by Witness [PDF]

    OLATHE, Kan., Sept. 22 (AP)–An unemployed painter was charged today with six counts of first-degree murder for allegedly planting a bomb that shattered a house in this Kansas City suburb. The explosion killed his former wife and five members of her famil…

    September 23, 1980 – Article
  10. Article available with TimesSelect subscription or for purchase Miss Krugman, Local Lawyer, Wed in Jersey [PDF]

    The marriage of Candace Lynn Krugman to Frederick William Beinecke 2d took place yesterday at Pleasantdale Farm in West Orange, N.J., Mayor Lawrence F. Kramer of Paterson, N.J., performed the ceremony….

    October 3, 1976 – Article
  1. Article available with TimesSelect subscription or for purchase Art: 19th-Century English Paintings [PDF]

    ONE of the problems about English art in the 19th-century is that there is so much of it. Sometimes it seems as if there wasn’t a man, woman or child in the whole country who wasn’t scratching away with a pen or pencil and dabbing away with the brush….

    June 16, 1978 – Article
  2. Article available with TimesSelect subscription or for purchase PEOPLE [PDF]

    Bloomingdale’s announced a changing of the guard last week–Lawrence Lachman, its 62-year-old chairman, will take early retirement to become a business consultant. Marvin S. Traub, 52, president since 1969, moved up to chairman and chief executive, while …

    February 12, 1978 – Article
  3. Article available with TimesSelect subscription or for purchase Obituary 7 — No Title [PDF]

    March 15, 1978 – Obituary
  4. Article available with TimesSelect subscription or for purchase ARCHITECTURE VIEW; Cities Within the City of London [PDF]

    To visit London a dozen different times is to see a dozen different cities, as if a spotlight were being moved from place to period. It is a city so infinitely rich in so many kinds of architecture that the eye cannot encompass them all. And so one sees t…

    July 23, 1978 – Article
  5. Article available with TimesSelect subscription or for purchase Obituary 5 — No Title [PDF]

    March 15, 1978 – Obituary
  6. Article available with TimesSelect subscription or for purchase Tax Cut Is Rejected, 3-2, on Coast; Defeats Former Mayor [PDF]

    SAN FRANCISCO, June 4–Californians rejected a proposal to slash income taxes by an overwhelming margin yesterday, but there were indications that the outcome was not a result of a change of heart by voters who avidly embraced a similar cut in property ta…

    June 5, 1980 – Article
  7. Article available with TimesSelect subscription or for purchase Long Island/This Week [PDF]

    January 2, 1977 – Article
  8. Article available with TimesSelect subscription or for purchase Rosamond Bernier Is Married To John Russell in Suburbs [PDF]

    Rosamond Bernier of New York, art critic and lecturer, and John Russell, an art critic for The New York Times, were married yesterday afternoon by Judge Penfield C. Mead of the New Canaan Probate Court at the home of Philip Johnson, the architect, in New …

    May 25, 1975 – Article
  9. Article available with TimesSelect subscription or for purchase Hopes for Rail Routes in Northwest Bolstered by the Prospects in Mining [PDF]

    YELLOWKNIFE, N. W. T. -Three routes have been suggested for a railway to the mineral-rich Great Slave Lake region of the Northwest Territories, particularly to Pine Point on the south shore of the lake….

    January 8, 1958 – Article
  10. Article available with TimesSelect subscription or for purchase GILLETTE SET BACK IN FAIR TRADE CASE [PDF]

    TRENTON, N.J., Feb. 5 (AP)–When a manufacturer promotes a tie-in sale of two or more articles at reduced prices, he abandons fair trade minimum prices on the individual articles, the New Jersey Supreme Court ruled today….

    February 6, 1962 – Article
  1. Article available with TimesSelect subscription or for purchase The Canadian Arctic: Nature in the Raw Is Both Barrier and Lure [PDF]

    EDMONTON, Alberta The Mackenzis Highway, land route to Canada’s Arctic, is not the Matterhorn, but it is a challenge. Although it is advertised as an all-weather, all-seasons route to Yellowknife, it is not. The mighty Mackenzie River sees to that….

    August 9, 1970 – Article
  2. Article available with TimesSelect subscription or for purchase Marriage Announcement 6 — No Title [PDF]

    February 17, 1946 – Marriage Announcement
  3. Article available with TimesSelect subscription or for purchase Obituary 1 — No Title [PDF]

    July 15, 1951 – Obituary
  4. Article available with TimesSelect subscription or for purchase ‘Criminal’ Inquiry Into Hague Tax Bureau Is Being Conducted, Court Action Discloses [PDF]

    JERSEY CITY, N.J., May 12 -The Hudson County grand jury’s investigation into the Jersey City Tax Department is directed at assessment practices that are alleged to be criminal and affect the financial position of the municipality, it became known today as…

    May 13, 1944 – Article
  5. Article available with TimesSelect subscription or for purchase Marriage Announcement 3 — No Title [PDF]

    September 21, 1946 – Marriage Announcement
  6. Article available with TimesSelect subscription or for purchase BROWN OVERCOMES FAVORED YALE, 20-7; Mesch’s Forward Passes Pave Way for Bruins’ Triumph Before 15,0…  [PDF]

    NEW HAVEN, Conn., Nov. 10– Under a gray overcast sky a crowd of 15,000 in the Yale Bowl today saw a resurgent Brown eleven rise from a 7-0 deficit to triumph over Yale by 20–7….

    November 11, 1945 – Article
  7. Article available with TimesSelect subscription or for purchase BROWN GAINS TIE WITH COLGATE, 6-6; Bruins Dominate Statistics but Lack Punch to Cash In on Scoring …  [PDF]

    PROVIDENCE, Nov. 24–With a record of having beaten an Andy Kerr team only once in sixteen years, Rip Engle’s Bruins blew one of its better chances to do it again today and had to settle for a 6-6 tie before 12,000 fans at Brown Field….

    November 25, 1945 – Article
  8. Article available with TimesSelect subscription or for purchase PAST AND PRESENT: AN INTERNATIONAL HARVEST [PDF]

    IN Tiepolo the whole Renaissance tradition ended with a dazzling bang, fresh proof of which — if further be needed — will be found in the 135 Tiepolo drawings currently lent to the National Gallery of Art, Washington, from the Victoria and Albert Museum…

    October 8, 1961 – Article
  9. Article available with TimesSelect subscription or for purchase Princeton Names Biology Professor [PDF]

    May 18, 1960 – Article
  10. Article available with TimesSelect subscription or for purchase SCRUB-POWDER ART CHEERS HOSPITAL; Patients and Nurses Decorate Windows — Soda Pills Make Snowy Roo…  [PDF]

    The Christmas spirit literally shines through the windows at Columbia-Presbyterian Medical Center, From 168th Street west of Broadway snow men, Christmas angels and hand-painted Santa Clauses look down from many of the center’s 8,000 windows, just as they…

    December 23, 1949 – Article
  1. Article available with TimesSelect subscription or for purchase Brown Upsets Dartmouth, 20-13, Finn, Swingler Leading Offensive; BROWN TRIUMPHS OVER DARTMOUTH [PDF]

    PROVIDENCE, R.I., Oct. 19– An underdog Brown team, rated two to three touchdowns weaker by many experts, upset the favored Dartmouth Indians, 20 to 13, in a spine-tingling game before 20,000 fans this afternoon….

    October 20, 1946 – Article
  2. Article available with TimesSelect subscription or for purchase COLUMBIA DOWNS BROWN BY 65-50; Lion Quintet Finishes Season in Rough Contest–Total of 53 Fouls Rec…  [PDF]

    In a rough, ragged basketball contest that saw both teams commit a total of fifty-three fouls, Columbia crushed Brown, 65 to 50, on the Morningside Heights court last night….

    March 3, 1946 – Article
  3. Article available with TimesSelect subscription or for purchase MAN, 107, ASKS COURT AID; Blind Ex-Slave Pleads to Keep Home Foreclosed for Taxes [PDF]

    PATERSON, N. J., April 6 (AP) — A blind man who said he was 107 years old pleaded from a wheelchair today for the home in which he says he has lived for seventy-five years….

    April 7, 1949 – Article
  4. Article available with TimesSelect subscription or for purchase MRS. JOHN GRINISHAW [PDF]

    February 20, 1949 – Obituary
  5. Article available with TimesSelect subscription or for purchase GrimshawuConklin [PDF]

    January 8, 1947 – Marriage Announcement
  6. Article available with TimesSelect subscription or for purchase Obituary 1 — No Title [PDF]

    September 23, 1964 – Obituary
  7. Article available with TimesSelect subscription or for purchase CLARENCE CHAPMAN, ONCE A STOCKBROKER [PDF]

    April 14, 1947 – Obituary
  8. Article available with TimesSelect subscription or for purchase Detroit Curb on Obscenity Invalidated by State Court [PDF]

    May 30, 1969 – Article
  9. Article available with TimesSelect subscription or for purchase SARAH GRIMSHA_____W FIANCEE{; BetZrothed to Thomas B. Hand,I a Graduate of Lehigh [ ! [PDF]

    January 24, 1954 – Marriage Announcement
  10. Article available with TimesSelect subscription or for purchase Trucks Gain Edge on Railways In Bid for Northwest Ore Route; Big Smelting Company May Shift Carrier…  [PDF]

    EDMONTON, Alberta — Trucking might beat the railways to the base metals awaiting development at Pine Point on the south shore of Great Slave Lake in Canada’s Northwest Territories….

    January 11, 1961 – Article
  1. Article available with TimesSelect subscription or for purchase Deaths [PDF]

    September 23, 1970 – Obituary
  2. Article available with TimesSelect subscription or for purchase IN SALARY BOARD POSTS; Three World War II Officials Are Returned to Service [PDF]

    August 3, 1951 – Article
  3. Article available with TimesSelect subscription or for purchase COLUMBIA VICTOR IN COLLEGE CHESS; Captures National Title at Princeton — Toronto Is Second, Harvar…  [PDF]

    PRINCETON, N.J., Dec. 30 — The Columbia chess team remained undefeated, taking its fifth and sixth round matches today to win the national intercollegiate team championship….

    December 31, 1960 – Article
  4. Article available with TimesSelect subscription or for purchase Obituary 1 — No Title [PDF]

    May 28, 1968 – Obituary
  5. Article available with TimesSelect subscription or for purchase CATHRYN BREWER COMPLETES PLANS; She Sets June 5 for Wedding to George L. Allen, Former Blair Academ…  [PDF]

    May 9, 1954 – Marriage Announcement
  6. Article available with TimesSelect subscription or for purchase Obituary 1 — No Title [PDF]

    September 24, 1964 – Obituary
  7. Article available with TimesSelect subscription or for purchase Last Word Comes in First In 2d Triton Class Cruise [PDF]

    July 14, 1963 – Article
  8. Article available with TimesSelect subscription or for purchase Vice President Named By Shell Oil Company [PDF]

    September 28, 1962 – Article
  9. Article available with TimesSelect subscription or for purchase About New York; Tour of Old Roosevelt Hospital Stirs Bevy of Pigeons and Host of Old Memories [PDF]

    WHEN Roosevelt Hospital opened ‘almost ninety years ago, a massive thing of red brick with a soaring steeple in West Fifty-ninth Street between Ninth and Tenth Avenues, it was generally described as the most advanced hospital structure in the world….

    January 27, 1958 – Article
  10. Article available with TimesSelect subscription or for purchase UNION MEN WIN IN COURT; Judge Orders Reinstatement of 2 Officers Expelled by U.A.W. [PDF]

    November 7, 1950 – Article
  1. Article available with TimesSelect subscription or for purchase NUPTIALS ARE HELDI FOR ANN 6R?HAW; IShe is Escorted by Father atl Wedding: in Bronxville to Dr. Joh…  [PDF]

    April 20, 1952 – Marriage Announcement
  2. Article available with TimesSelect subscription or for purchase FISHING DEVELOPS IN REMOTE NORTH; Hay River Community of 800 on Great Slave Lake Ships $2,000,000 W…  [PDF]

    HAY RIVER, Northwest Territories, Aug. 23 — This little community of 800 persons is the only one in the vast Northwest Territories that is connected by highway with the provinces of Canada, 675 miles away….

    August 25, 1955 – Article
  3. Article available with TimesSelect subscription or for purchase BROWN CONQUERS COAST GUARD, 33-6; Lisi’s Long Range Aerials and Netski’s 46-Yard Run Spark Bruin At…  [PDF]

    PROVIDENCE, R.I., Nov. 3 (U.P.) –Thrice-beaten Brown found a winning combination today in Al Lisi’s airmail arm and Ed Netski’s special delivery legs to defeat Coast Guard, 33 to 6, in a ragged but thrilling exhibition of power….

    November 4, 1945 – Article
  4. Article available with TimesSelect subscription or for purchase 80 NOTABLES MEET IN FORUM TONIGHT; HOME OF THE NEW AMERICAN ASSEMBLY AT HARRIMAN, N.Y. [PDF]

    The American Assembly, organized by Columbia University to promote objective public discussions of the major problems that confront the nation, will open formally this evening….

    May 21, 1951 – Article
  5. Article available with TimesSelect subscription or for purchase Uptown Division Of City Mission Plans Gift Sale; Presbyterian Church of Good Neighbor Sets Event fo…  [PDF]

    October 28, 1962 – Article
  6. Article available with TimesSelect subscription or for purchase MRS. HUBERTA, PATTISON [PDF]

    June 14, 1962 – Article
  7. Article available with TimesSelect subscription or for purchase Merrey . — King [PDF]

    July 23, 1944 – Marriage Announcement
  8. Article available with TimesSelect subscription or for purchase CONNECTICUT FIVE ON TOP; Triumphs Over Brown by 69-44 in Contest at Storrs [PDF]

    March 2, 1944 – Article
  9. Article available with TimesSelect subscription or for purchase WILL SURVEY GOODS IN CIVILIAN HANDS; Enumerators Will Visit 7,000 Households in Sampling of Shortag…  [PDF]

    WASHINGTON, Nov. 3 — Census enumerators will start knocking at the doors of 7,000 American households next week to obtain a scientific sampling of civilian shortages in 115 types of goods and services as experienced in every geographic area, every income…

    November 4, 1943 – Article
  10. Article available with TimesSelect subscription or for purchase CORNELIUSHITE, t01, CIVIL WAR VETERAN’; Descendant of First Virginia Valley Settler Dies — Served …  [PDF]

    October 11, 1943 – Obituary
  1. Article available with TimesSelect subscription or for purchase Kills Son, 4, and Herself [PDF]

    October 29, 1943 – Article
  2. Article available with TimesSelect subscription or for purchase Obituary 1 — No Title [PDF]

    January 17, 1961 – Obituary
  3. Article available with TimesSelect subscription or for purchase Women of Boy Scout Council Plan Art Exhibition and Sale [PDF]

    The Women’s Committee of the Greater New York Councils of the Boy Scouts of America has arranged for a group exhibition and sale of paintings at the Geminaire Gallery, 700 Madison Avenue, Nov. 13 through Nov. 18….

    October 29, 1961 – Article
  4. Article available with TimesSelect subscription or for purchase RODEOS HEAD FOR YEARLY ROUND-UP [PDF]

    AT least twenty-one states in the western half of the United States and two provinces in Canada will be the scene of rodeos this summer. In all, more than 300 rodeos are scheduled between mid-June and the end of October….

    June 4, 1961 – Article
  5. Article available with TimesSelect subscription or for purchase HUBERT A.’PATTim PATENT LAWYER, 68 [PDF]

    October 11, 1960 – Obituary
  6. Article available with TimesSelect subscription or for purchase BAAtlA . BASYE WED AT DARTOUTH; Daughter of Professor Bride! of Richard B. McCornack, Instructor in…  [PDF]

    June 15, 1948 – Marriage Announcement
  7. Article available with TimesSelect subscription or for purchase Obituary 1 — No Title [PDF]

    December 26, 1944 – Obituary
  8. Article available with TimesSelect subscription or for purchase Copter Crash Kills Pilot, 84 [PDF]

    December 23, 1974 – Article
  9. Article available with TimesSelect subscription or for purchase Harvard Scores Twice Through Air in Crushing Brown Before 20,000 Fans; CRIMSON CONQUERS BRUIN ELEVE…  [PDF]

    CAMBRIDGE, Mass., Nov. 16– Without extending themselves, the Cantabs of Harvard blanked Brown, 28 to 0, today, before a crowd of 20,000 in Harvard Stadium….

    November 17, 1946 – Article
  10. Article available with TimesSelect subscription or for purchase HOLY CROSS RALLY BEATS BROWN, 21-19; Crusaders Register Late in Game After Fumble Paves Way in Sees…  [PDF]

    WORCESTER, Mass., Nov. 2– After losing three in a row Holy Cross got back on the winning side today by defeating Brown, 21 to 19. A crowd of 15,000 saw a thrilling game, which was not settled until the closing minutes….

    November 3, 1946 – Article
  1. Article available with TimesSelect subscription or for purchase Obituary 4 — No Title [PDF]

    October 2, 1946 – Obituary
  2. Article available with TimesSelect subscription or for purchase MISSION SOCIETY UNIT TO BENEFIT BY SALE [PDF]

    November 26, 1957 – Article
  3. Article available with TimesSelect subscription or for purchase MISS SEIBERLING BRIDE; She Is Wed Here to Edward Reid, Graduate of Rutgers [PDF]

    October 27, 1957 – Article
  4. Article available with TimesSelect subscription or for purchase JOSEPH F, CARNEY, iji6INEER, IS DE; Consultant Who Helped to Plan Waldorf-Astoria Supervised Many P…  [PDF]

    October 1, 1953 – Obituary
  5. Article available with TimesSelect subscription or for purchase List of Contributions to the Neediest Cases Fund [PDF]

    December 22, 1957 – Article
  6. Article available with TimesSelect subscription or for purchase James A. Brewer, Manufacturer, Dies; Active in Legion and Advertising Club [PDF]

    James A. Brewer, treasurer of the Advertising Club of New York for eighteen years and a founder of the Brewer-Cantelmo Company, Inc., died Tuesday at his home near Tucson, Ariz., after a long illness. is age was 70. The concern manufactures sales portfol…

    March 7, 1957 – Article
  7. Article available with TimesSelect subscription or for purchase GUGGENHEIM FUND LISTS 144 AWARDS; Fellowships Totaling $395,000 Go to Scholars and Artists in the U…  [PDF]

    Fellowships amounting to $395,000 were announced yesterday by the John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation in its twenty-fifth annual series of fellowship awards to scholars and artists….

    April 11, 1949 – Article
  8. Article available with TimesSelect subscription or for purchase List of Contributors to Neediest; How to Aid the 52d Appeal [PDF]

    December 16, 1963 – Article
  9. Article available with TimesSelect subscription or for purchase ENJOINED IN UNION FIGHT; Textile Workers Barred From Taking Over Lodi Local [PDF]

    PATERSON, N.J., Jan. 20 — The Textile Workers Union of America, CIO, was enjoined today from taking control of the affairs of Lodi Local 1983, Federation of Dyers, Finishers, Printers and Bleachers of America, thus adding another chapter to a series of s…

    January 21, 1948 – Article
  10. Article available with TimesSelect subscription or for purchase Obituary 2 — No Title [PDF]

    September 5, 1950 – Obituary
  1. Article available with TimesSelect subscription or for purchase DALE W. KIEFFER, 59, AN EXPORT OFFICIAL [PDF]

    August 21, 1959 – Obituary
  2. Article available with TimesSelect subscription or for purchase NEWS AND NOTES FROM THE FIELD OF TRAVEL [PDF]

    ON St. Thomas, in the Virgin Islands, Charlotte Amalie will stage its carnival this year from April 20 to 25. The colorful festivities will feature calypso singing contests, steel bands parading through the streets, the selection of a carnival queen, boat…View free preview

    March 22, 1959 – Article
  3. Article available with TimesSelect subscription or for purchase Obituary 1 — No Title [PDF]

    November 4, 1947 – Obituary
  4. Article available with TimesSelect subscription or for purchase Obituary 1 — No Title [PDF]

    July 17, 1954 – Obituary
  5. Article available with TimesSelect subscription or for purchase A.G. ANDREWS DIES; AN ACTOR 82 YEARS; Stage Veteran, 93, Last Seen Here in 1944 in ‘The Cherry Orch…  [PDF]

    Albert G. Andrews, an actor for 82 of his 93 years, died Sunday night in St. Vincent’s Hospital. He made his first stage appearance as a child with Fanny Sterling in “Masks and Faces” in 1862 and his final appearance with Eva Le Gallienne in “The Cherry O…

    November 28, 1950 – Article
  6. Article available with TimesSelect subscription or for purchase Mission Society To Raise Funds For Its 4 Camps; Dinner Will Precede an April 17 Concert by Roger Wi…  [PDF]

    Some 300 persons will dine in the Cotillion Room at the Pierre on April 17 before “Music for a Spring Evening,” a concert by Roger Williams, the pianist, and his company at Philharmonic Hall. The New York City Mission Society has taken over the whole room…

    April 3, 1964 – Article
  7. Article available with TimesSelect subscription or for purchase RODEO ROUND-UP: LIST OF EVENTS IN U.S., CANADA [PDF]

    PRESCOTT, Ariz., was 24 years old on July 4, 1888, when its residents staged what is believed to have been the first organized rodeo with prizes. This year, Prescott is celebrating its centennial, and once again it will be the scene of a rodeo, this one a…

    June 14, 1964 – Article
  8. Article available with TimesSelect subscription or for purchase Obituary 1 — No Title [PDF]

    April 14, 1947 – Obituary
  9. Article available with TimesSelect subscription or for purchase KNICKS IN ACTION TONIGHT; Will Meet Providence Pro Five at 69th Regiment Armory [PDF]

    Audley Brindley, the high scorer from Dartmouth, is slated to make his debut with the New York Knickerbockers tonight against the Providence Steamrollers at the Sixty-ninth Regiment Armory. This Basketball Association of America contest will be preceded b…

    February 19, 1947 – Article
  10. Article available with TimesSelect subscription or for purchase Obituary 1 — No Title [PDF]

    October 5, 1972 – Obituary
  1. Article available with TimesSelect subscription or for purchase Teen-Agers Staging State Art Festival; Teen-Agers Will Present an Arts Festival at State Cultural C…  [PDF]

    TRENTON — Teen-agers, often said to be better at breaking things than making them, will take over the State Cultural Center here to demonstrate their creative side, on canvas and stage, in song and dance, or by any other means of artistic expression they…View free preview

    April 16, 1972 – Article
  2. Article available with TimesSelect subscription or for purchase SIX TEXTILE LOCALS QUIT C.I.O. FOR A.F.L.; All but 2 Philadelphia Groups Secede as Revolt Grows -9,…  [PDF]

    PHILADELPHIA, May 17 (AP) -Six Philadelphia locals of the Textile Workers, C.I.O., representing some 9,000-members, voted today to quit the Congress of Industrial Organizations and join the rival United Textile Workers of the American Federation of Labor….View free preview

    May 18, 1952 – Article
  3. Article available with TimesSelect subscription or for purchase Named by Curtiss-Wright To Head New Sales Unit [PDF]

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    May 10, 1952 – Article
  4. Article available with TimesSelect subscription or for purchase A Round-up of Rodeos in the U.S. and Canada [PDF]

    THE first organized rodeo at which prizes were awarded took place in Pecos, Tex., on July 4, 1883. Since that time, the rough-riding contests have become a major American pastime, one that attracts thousands of spectators every year….View free preview

    June 18, 1967 – Article
  5. Article available with TimesSelect subscription or for purchase Obituary 1 — No Title [PDF]

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    January 4, 1948 – Obituary
  6. Article available with TimesSelect subscription or for purchase 6 STILL UNDEFEATED IN U.S. CHESS OPEN [PDF]

    SAN JUAN, P.R., July 29 — The number of players with clean 4-0 scores in the United States Open Championship at the University of Puerto Rico was reduced to six after completion of the fourth round here today….View free preview

    July 30, 1965 – Article
  7. Article available with TimesSelect subscription or for purchase WILKINS FEARFUL OF NEGRO UNREST; Says Riots Are Alternative to Gains in Justice [PDF]

    SOUTH BEND, Ind., March 27 — Roy Wilkins warned today that “unrest which at any point could become destructive street action” was the alternative to a faster pace for achieving racial justice….View free preview

    March 28, 1965 – Article
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    YELLOWKNIFE, Northwest Territories — The big river and lake country here in northwest Canada has challenged travelers since the voyage of Alexander Mackenzie, the Scottish explorer, in 1789….View free preview

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    ANNAPOLIS, Md., June 5 — Secretary of the Navy Paul H. Nitze will be the commencement speaker here at graduation exercises of the United States Naval Academy Wednesday at 11 A.M….View free preview

    June 6, 1965 – Article
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    November 19, 1948 – Obituary
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    PATERSON, N.J., Aug. 25 -“Strangers” who pursue the piscatorial art in Upper Greenwood Lake at West Milford, N.J., are adding insult to injury by taking fish placed in the lake by the Anglers Club, an auxiliary of the Upper Greenwood Lake Property Owners …View free preview

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    WASHINGTON, Sept. 21 (AP) — The Federal Housing Administration, calling the case a major test, said today it would battle in a New Jersey court to unseat the directors of a Fort Lee apartment project. The administration has charged that the directors mad…View free preview

    September 22, 1954 – Article
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    RIDGEWOOD, N. J., May 21 — Former Representative J. Parnell Thomas announced today the shutting down of his four weekly Bergen County newspapers because of financial difficulties….View free preview

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    It was a hot, muggy night in August and racial tensions in Philadelphia had been running high. The mob began milling around early in the evening, rapidly swelling to several hundred men and boys. Alerted, the Mayor rushed to the scene to avert a disaster …View free preview

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    GRAND Master Pal Benko of New York won the recent Canadian Open chess championship at Scarborough, Ont., by finishing with a score of 8 1/2 — 1 1/2 in this 10-round Swiss system….View free preview

    September 6, 1964 – Article
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    Brown University’s basketball team came through with a 66-61 overtime victory over City College on the Beavers’ court last night. Trailing at the half by 26 to 23, and behind by nine points at one time during the second half, the visitors spurted to take …View free preview

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    A highly favored Columbia football team, riding high on a victory skein that has extended through its first four contests, will throw its youthful but slippery winged-T operatives against the T-formation of an in-and-out Brown eleven today at Baker Field….View free preview

    October 27, 1945 – Article
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    ALBANY, Dec. 4–The State Board of Law Examiners, composed of John Kirkland Clark of New York, Philip J. Wickser of Buffalo and John T. DeGraff of Albany, announced today that of the 327 applicants examined Oct. 24 and 25 only 135 were success…View free preview

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    August 25, 1961 – Article
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    PRINCETON, N.J., Dec. 27 — The two top-ranked teams won their first-round matches today in the national collegiate chess championships….View free preview

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    An Army general and a colonel charged in a nationwide television broadcast last night that a “hoax” had been perpetrated by retired Lieut. Col. Anthony B. Herbert, a highly decorated veteran of the Korean and Vietnam wars, in his contention that he was r…View free preview

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    January 8, 1967 – Article
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    January 9, 1959 – Article
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    The New York and the American Stock Exchanges reported yesterday the changes carried below in the shareholdings of officers, directors and controlling stockholders of listed companies….View free preview

    April 8, 1965 – Article
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    PROVIDENCE, R.I., Jan. 8 — City College tonight gained revenge for a 66-61 early season defeat by Brown, downing the Bruins, 62 — 51. Sid Trubowitz, the Beaver sharpshooter, made 19 points to lead the attack….View free preview

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    LOS ANGELES, Sept. 13 (UP) — Form prevailed right down the line in the first round of men’s singles play of the Pacific Southwest tournament at the Los Angeles Tennis Club today but some of the favorites had to go all out to hurdle supposedly easy opposi…View free preview

    September 14, 1952 – Article
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    The Benevolence Fund of the Fifth Avenue Presbyterian Church Fellowship will be augmented by the proceeds from a tea to be held on the afternoon of April 6 in the Della Robbia Room of the Manger Vanderbilt Hotel. Mrs. Claude Douthit will act as hostess at…View free preview

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    LARCHMONT, N.Y., Sept. 24 — The largest fleet ever to sail in a post-season Long Island Sound regatta, 127 boats, competed today in the fourth event of the fall series conducted by the Larchmont Yacht Club….View free preview

    September 25, 1961 – Article
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    Destruction of independent tire dealers by major companies seeking monopolies in retail outlets “would be another step in the march of collectivism in the United States,” Senator James E. Murray, Democrat from Montana, declared yesterday….View free preview

    October 13, 1943 – Article
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    HACKENSACK, N.J., Nov. 3 — Time, Inc., was granted an interlocutory injunction today preventing State Senator Anthony J. Grossi, Democrat of Passaic County, from using a pamphlet that resembles Time magazine in his campaign for re-election….View free preview

    November 4, 1961 – Article
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    SALEM, Mass. — The birthplace here of Nathaniel Hawthorne, described by Carl Van Doren, the critic, as “the consummate flower” of New England’s romancers, now has literally joined Salem’s most famous dwelling, “The House of the Seven Gables,” to make a d…View free preview

    August 20, 1961 – Article
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    The local premiere of the film, “The Young Savages,” will be held as a benefit for the New York City Mission Society. The event will take place the evening of May 23 at the Murray Hill Theatre….View free preview

    May 7, 1961 – Article
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    PROVIDENCE, R.I., Oct. 15– Anyone who scoffs at the thought that a head football coach has worries should have been at Aldrich Field this evening, when the ……View free preview

    October 16, 1946 – Article
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    “Please let me have a picture of my baby, so I can always remember how he looked,” begged Gordon’s 21-yearold mother when she gave him to the agency a month ago. Everybody who has seen 5-month-old Gordon understands his mother’s sadness, for he is an appe…View free preview

    December 25, 1946 – Article
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    CLEVELAND, Aug. 16– Bobby Fischer, 14 years old, a student at Erasmus Hall High in Brooklyn, tonight won the annual tournament for the open championship of the United States Chess Federation at the Manger Hotel….View free preview

    August 17, 1957 – Article
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    CLEVELAND, Aug. 6–Arthur B. Bisguier of New York, champion of the Manhattan Chess Club, made a auspicious start in defense of his national open championship in the annual…View free preview

    August 7, 1957 – Article
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    THOSE cowboys who earn money the hard way that is, by bustin’ broncs at rodeos will vie for thousands of dollars in prizes at contests to be held in some 30 states this summer. Although an overwhelming majority of the rodeos will be staged in Western stat…View free preview

    June 19, 1966 – Article
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    THE rodeo schedule seems to grow larger every year, and the one for the weeks ahead is no exception. At last count, about 325 rodeos are on tap this spring and summer in the United States and Canada, among them the following:…View free preview

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    TRENTON, Nov. 19 (AP) — Republican party organizations in Essex, Mercer, Camden, Middlesex and Passaic Counties obtained today court orders for recounts of the Presidential election Nov. 8….View free preview

    November 20, 1960 – Article
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    November 21, 1947 – Marriage Announcement
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    July 12, 1947 – Article
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    March 13, 1966 – Article

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