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Classified speech models of eighteen forms of public address / by William Norwood Brigance ...

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Indiana State Library - Indianapolis ISLM 851 B854c (Text) 00000107137127 Bib Center book Available -

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  • Physical Description: xvi, 413 pages ; 21 cm
  • Publisher: New York : F.S. Crofts & Co., 1928.

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Book one. Motivative speeches -- I. General campaign speeches -- 1. A new call to duty / Woodrow Wilson -- 2. Naboth's vineyard / William Jennings Bryan -- 3. A plea for the Negro race / Booker T. Washington -- 4. The challenge to college students / Frances Killefer -- 5. The eleventh commandment / Maurice G. Robinson -- 6. Which knew not Joseph / Bruce Barton -- 7. "Watchman, tell us of the night" / Olive Jones -- 8. Liverpool address / Henry Ward Beecher -- II. Political campaign speeches -- 1. The red line of corruption / James A. Reed -- 2. America only / Albert J. Beveridge -- III. Judicial speeches -- 1. In defense of the right of trial by jury / Jeremiah S. Black -- 2. Defense of Richard Loeb and Nathan Leopold, Jr. / Clarence Darrow -- IV. Legislative speeches -- 1. "Who will haul down that flag?" / John Sharp Williams -- 2. Submitting the peace treaty to the Senate / Woodrow Wilson -- V. Pulpit speech -- 1. A Christian conscience about war / Harry Emerson Fosdick -- Book two. Demonstrative speeches -- I. Speeches of courtesy -- 1. Introduction: -- 1. Introduction of Jacob M. Dickinson / James Hamilton Lewis -- 2. Introduction of Meredith Nicholson / George Barr McCutcheon -- 3. Introduction of Edwin P. Morrow / Junius Parker -- 4. Introduction of George White / Russell Wilson -- 5. Introduction of Henry Cabot Lodge / Thomas R. Marshall -- 6. Introduction of Francis G. Blair / Mary McSkimmon -- 2. Welcome: -- 1. Welcome to Charles A. Lindbergh / Calvin Coolidge -- 2. Welcome to educational group / W.E.R. Covell -- 3. Welcome to the Italian Commission / Thomas R. Marshall -- 3. Response: -- 1. Response to election as president of the National Education Association / Francis G. Blair -- 2. Response to presentation as toastmaster / James Hamilton Lewis -- 3. Response to welcome / Chauncey M. Depew -- 4. Presentation: -- 1. Presentation of Grey's elegy / William Jennings Bryan -- 2. Presentation of a gavel / Randall J. Condon -- 3. Presentation of Phi Beta Kappa Memorial Hall / Oscar M. Vorhees -- 5. Acceptance: -- 1. Acceptance of military commission / George Washington -- 2. Acceptance of a gavel / Frank W. Ballou -- 3. Acceptance of Phi Beta Kappa Memorial Hall / John Steward Bryan -- 6. Farewell: -- 1. Farewell to the United States Senate / Thomas R. Marshall -- 2. Farewell to his friends / John Sharp Williams -- 3. Farewell to members of sesquicentennial of Phi Beta Kappa / Francis W. Shepardson -- II. After-dinner speeches -- 1. Having chiefly a serious purpose: -- 1. The cost of heritage / Edwin P. Morrow -- 2. The new South / Henry W. Grady -- 3. The Puritan and the cavalier / Henry Watterson -- 2. Having a humorous purpose: -- 1. Our guest of honor / Frederick Landis -- 2. The qualifications of a college president / Edward C. Elliott -- 3. The babies / Samuel L. Clemens -- III. Commemorative speeches -- 1. Anniversary: -- 1. Democratic aristocracy / Henry Van Dyke -- 2. The will of peace / Nicholas Murray Butler -- 3. Memorial Day / Oliver Wendell Holmes, Jr. -- 2. Dedication: -- 1. The heroes of Vera Cruz / Woodrow Wilson -- 2. Thomas Jefferson, champion of the common people /Frank B. Kellogg -- 3. At laying the cornerstone of the New York "World" building / Chauncey M. Depew -- 3. Inaugural: -- 1. Inauguration as President of the Department of Superintendence, National Education Association / William McAndrew -- 2. First inauguration as President of the United States / Woodrow Wilson -- 3. Second inauguration as the President of the United States / Abraham Lincoln -- 4. Eulogies: -- 1. Eulogy on David D. Forsyth / Francis J. McConnell -- 2. Eulogy on Daniel O'Connell / Wendell Phillips -- 3. Eulogy at his brother's grave / Robert G. Ingersoll -- 5. Nominating: -- 1 and 2. Opposing candidates for Speaker of the House of Representatives / Horace M. Towner and William W. Rucker -- 3. Nomination of James G. Blaine for President / Robert G. Ingersoll -- IV. Expository lecture -- 1. Inheritance tax / Roe Fulkerson.
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Subject: Speeches, addresses, etc., American.
Speeches, addresses, etc.
Genre: Speeches.

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