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Public papers of Martin H. Glynn, governor, 1913-1914.

New York (State). Governor (1913-1914 : Martin H. Glynn)

Public papers of Martin H. Glynn, governor, 1913-1914.

by New York (State). Governor (1913-1914 : Martin H. Glynn)

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Published by J. B. Lyon in Albany, N.Y .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • New York (State) -- Politics and government -- 1865-1950.

  • Edition Notes

    At head of title: State of New York.

    ContributionsGlynn, Martin H., 1871-1924.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination1318 p. ;
    Number of Pages1318
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22431539M

    Scope and Contents of the Collection. The Martin H. Glynn Correspondence consists of approximately items, mainly incoming correspondence from Glynn's term in the House of Representatives. There are also a few items of outgoing correspondence signed by Glynn, mainly short typescript notes. On February 2, , Governor Martin H. Glynn made two nominations to the Court of Appeals. 1 No one could have predicted that it would mark not only the start of a long and brilliant judicial career for one of the nominees, Benjamin Cardozo, and for the other, the culmination of a stellar legal career and the very end of his Cardozo served for 18 years on the Court (six as Chief.

    Arrangement. Chronological. Scope and Content Note. This series contains typescript or printed copies of Governor Charles S. Whitman's, Martin H. Glynn's, and Nathan L. Miller's e. Elections in New York State; Federal government. Presidential elections; ; ; ; ; ; ;

    GLYNN, Martin Henry, a Representative from New York; born in Kinderhook, Columbia County, N.Y., Septem ; attended the public schools and was graduated from St. John's College, Fordham, N.Y., in ; studied law; was admitted to the bar in and commenced practice in Albany; engaged in journalistic work on several papers until he became managing editor and publisher of the Albany. Friday, The New York State Letter Carriers Association opens its annual convention in Troy today with demands for federal pensions for postal workers, The Record reports.


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Martin H. Glynn (–) was a journalist at, and eventually owner and editor of, the Albany Times Union. He served in the United States House of Representatives and as the State Comptroller. Glynn became governor upon the conviction of William Sulzer, and while the outcome of the impeachment remained in dispute, both men claimed to be.

Finding Aid to the papers of Martin Henry Glynn, journalist and politician; Governor of New York State, These papers contains an assortment of manuscript and printed materials related primarily to his political career as well as his role as editor and publisher of the Albany Times Union.

The manuscripts consist chiefly of writings and speeches on a variety of topics, including Irish. The Martin H. Glynn Papers contain an assortment of manuscript and printed material related primarily to his political career as well as his role as editor and publisher of the Albany Times manuscripts consist chiefly of writings and speeches on a variety of topics, including Irish independence, Catholic patriotism, as well as speeches regarding foreign and domestic issues.

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