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    TITLE: Golden wedding [of Captain Noah Ball
               and Mrs. Huldah (Tenney) Ball, September 16th, 1880].
    PLACE: Townsend, Mass.?; YEAR: 1880

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   AUTHOR: Call, Tenney, 1887-
    TITLE: Rustic rhymes by Old Scribe : the Vermont verse of Tenney Call
    PLACE: Randolph, Vt.; PUBLISHER: Herald Printery; YEAR: 1979

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   AUTHOR: Cannon, George Q. (George Quayle), 1827-1901.
    TITLE: Letters to Eliza Tenney Cannon from her husband George Q. Cannon.
    PLACE: Utah?; PUB TYPE: Book;  FORMAT: [82], v leaves : facsims., ports. ; 28 cm.
    NOTES: Letters written from 1877 to 1890, during Cannon's stay in Washington, D.C.,
                 representing The Church [of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints]
                 in polygamy related debates.

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   AUTHOR: Cornelius, Elizabeth Jean Tinney.
    TITLE: Through the eyes of strangers
               the criticism of American standards in Willa Cather's short
                stories and novels of the immigrant farmer in the mid-west.
    PLACE: College, Alaska; YEAR: 1966
    NOTES: Thesis (M.A.)--University of Alaska.  SUBJECT: Cather, Willa, -- 1873-1947

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    TITLE: Three modern plays from the French: The prince d'Aurec, by Henri Lavedan;
                The pardon, by Jules Lemaitre, both tr. by Barrett H. Clark, and The other danger,
                by Maurice Donnay, tr. by Charlotte Tenney David.
    PLACE: New York; PUBLISHER: H. Holt; YEAR: 1914.     OTHER: David, Charlotte Tenney.

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AUTHOR: Davidson, Faye Tennyson.
    TITLE: Tennis/Tennisson/Tennyson genealogy
    PLACE: Bolivar, TN.; PUBLISHER: F.T. Davidson; YEAR: 1991
 PUB TYPE: Book; FORMAT: v, 156 p. : coat of arms ; 28 cm.; NOTES: "Privately printed."
  SUBJECT: Tennyson family.

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    TITLE: [Tenney L. Davis, biographical materials]; IN: Kremers Reference Files.
     YEAR: 1928 9999; PUB TYPE: Archive/Manuscript Control; FORMAT: 1 folder.
  SUBJECT: Davis, Tenney L.

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AUTHOR: Fairbanks, Avard Tennyson, 1897-
    TITLE: Avard Tennyson Fairbanks photograph series.
       IN: Fairbanks, Avard Tennyson. Papers, 1938-1958.
     YEAR: 1929 1942; PUB TYPE: Audiovisual;  FORMAT: 1 oversized folder.
    NOTES: Family portrait; photographs of his works
                 including various monuments and memorial sculpture

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   AUTHOR: Foss, Dorothy Tenney, 1897-
    TITLE: Alice Parker Tenney; a brief biography
     YEAR: 1963; SUBJECT: Tenney, Alice (Parker) -- 1865-1961.

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   AUTHOR: Frank, Tenney, 1876-1939.
    TITLE: Rome and Italy of the republic ...
    PLACE: Baltimore; PUBLISHER: Johns Hopkins Press; YEAR: 1933
   SERIES: Frank, Tenney, ed.: An economic survey of ancient Rome. 1933-1940. v. 1
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  AUTHOR: Johnson, Allan Chester, 1881-
    TITLE: Roman Egypt to the reign of Diocletian ...
    PLACE: Baltimore; PUBLISHER: Johns Hopkins Press; YEAR: 1936
   SERIES: Frank, Tenney, ed.: An economic survey of ancient Rome. 1933-1940. v. 2

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   AUTHOR: Hamlin, Arthur Tenney.
    TITLE: Arthur Tenney Hamlin : an informal autobiography.   YEAR: 1991

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   AUTHOR: Havens, Ethel Tinney.
    TITLE: An experimental investigation of speech perception among hard-of- hearing children
    NOTES: Thesis (M. Ed.)--Bowling Green State University, 1956
                 SUBJECT: Hearing impaired children.

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   AUTHOR: Jackson, Charles Tenney, 1874-
    TITLE: Charles Tenney Jackson papers
     YEAR: 1915 1953; PUB TYPE: Archive/Manuscript Control; FORMAT: 2 boxes.
    NOTES: Include letters from Edward Weeks (Atlantic Monthly), D. Laurance Chambers
                  (Bobbs Merrill Company), A. Proctor (Adventure) and Austin Olney
                  (Houghton Mifflin Company); manuscripts of unpublished stories, novels and a play;
                  clippings on Seminole Indians and hurricanes.
  INDEXED: National Union Catalog of Manuscripts Collections

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   AUTHOR: McCracken, Harold, 1894-
    TITLE: The Frank Tenney Johnson book; a master painter of the Old West.
    PLACE: Garden City, N.Y.; PUBLISHER: Doubleday; YEAR: 1974
  SUBJECT: Johnson, Frank Tenney, -- 1874-1939.
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  AUTHOR: Webster, Melissa J.
    TITLE: Frank Tenney Johnson : the Rimrock years
    PLACE: Cody, Wyoming; PUBLISHER: Buffalo Bill Historical Center; YEAR: 1986
  SUBJECT: Art -- Private collections -- United States.

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GOVDOC NO: Y 4.En 2:97-17
   AUTHOR: United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Energy and Natural Resources.
    TITLE: . . . and R. Tenney Johnson to be general counsel, Department of Energy, April 8, 1981.
    PLACE: Washington; PUBLISHER: U.S. G.P.O.
REPORT NO: Publication No. 97-17 (United States. Congress. Senate. Committee
                       on Energy and Natural Resources); also:
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REPORT NO: Publication No. 97-9 (United States. Congress. Senate. Committee
                       on Energy and Natural Resources)

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   AUTHOR: Kimball, David T. (David Tenney), 1782-1860.
    TITLE: The pastor's jubilee : a discourse delivered in Ipswich, October 8, 1856 by
                David Tenney Kimball senior pastor of the First Church in that town, on the fiftieth
                anniversary of his ordination ; with an appendix.
    PLACE: Boston; PUBLISHER: John B. Chisholm; YEAR: 1857
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  AUTHOR: Fitz, Daniel, 1795-1869.
    TITLE: The long life of Christ's faithful servants desirable to their master.  A sermon, delivered
                at the funeral of the Rev. David Tenney Kimball, late pastor of the First Church,
                Ipswich, Massachusetts, February 8, 1860.
    PLACE: Boston; PUBLISHER: Press of T.R. Marvin & Son
  SUBJECT: Kimball, David T. -- (David Tenney), -- 1782-1860.

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   AUTHOR: McCord, Hazel.
    TITLE: The McCords : Chieftan James McCorda, Scotland 1689, to descendents [sic] of
               David Tenney McCord, 1981
    PLACE: Lincoln, Neb.; PUBLISHER: H. and G. McCord; YEAR: 1981

Next Two Sets of Records: McCUTCHEON

[1] Records for: McCUTCHEON, JOHN T. (John Tinney), 1870 - 1949: ↑ upΛ

    AUTHOR: McCutcheon, John T. (John Tinney), 1870-1949.
    TITLE: Bird Center cartoons, a chronicle of social happenings
                at Bird Center, Illinois; pictures and text
    PLACE: Chicago; PUBLISHER: A.C. McClurg & co.; YEAR: 1904
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AUTHOR: McCutcheon, John T. (John Tinney), 1870-1949.
    TITLE: Cartoons by McCutcheon : a selection of one hundred drawings
    PLACE: Chicago : PUBLISHER: A.C. McClurg & Co.; YEAR: 1903
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AUTHOR: McCutcheon, John T. (John Tinney), 1870-1949
    TITLE: The cartoons that made Prince Henry famous
    PLACE: Chicago; YEAR: 1902.  SUBJECT: Henry, -- prince of Prussia, -- 1862-1929.
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AUTHOR: McCutcheon, John T. (John Tinney), 1870-1949.
    TITLE: The changing face of Lincoln
    PLACE: Chicago, Ill.; PUBLISHER: Tribune Co.; YEAR: 1949
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AUTHOR: Holme, John Francis, 1868-1904.
    TITLE: Collection
     YEAR: 1889 1903; PUB TYPE: Archive/Manuscript Control
  SUBJECT: McCutcheon, John T. -- (John Tinney), -- 1870-1949.
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AUTHOR: McCutcheon, John T. (John Tinney), 1870-1949.
    TITLE: Congressman Pumphrey :  the people's friend
    PLACE: Indianapolis : PUBLISHER: The Bobbs-Merrill Co.; YEAR: 1907
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AUTHOR: McCutcheon, John T. (John Tinney), 1870-1949.
    TITLE: Dawson '11, fortune hunter
    PLACE: New York; PUBLISHER: Dodd, Mead and Company; YEAR: 1913
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AUTHOR: McCutcheon, John T. (John Tinney), 1870-1949.
    TITLE: De tactiek van Harry Bacon
    PLACE: Haarlem; PUBLISHER: Spaarnestad-Bibliotheek; YEAR: ? 1930 1939
    NOTES: Translation of:  An heir at large
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  AUTHOR: McCutcheon, John T. (John Tinney), 1870-1949.
    TITLE: Doing the Grand Canyon [Arizona, USA]
    PLACE: Chicago : PUBLISHER: Atchison, Topeka, and Santa Fe Railway Co.;
                 YEAR: 1911 1909
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AUTHOR: McCutcheon, John T. (John Tinney), 1870-1949.
    TITLE: Drawn from memory. [Autobiography] containing many of the author's
                famous cartoons and sketches.
    PLACE: Indianapolis; PUBLISHER: Bobbs-Merrill; YEAR: 1950
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AUTHOR: McCutcheon, John T. (John Tinney), 1870-1949.
    TITLE: Editorial cartoon drawings
     YEAR: 1903 1943
    NOTES: Collection contains 80 original ink drawings with pencil annotations
                 by this "Chicago Tribune" editorial cartoonist.
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AUTHOR: McCutcheon, John T. (John Tinney), 1870-1949.
    TITLE: History of Indiana
PUBLISHER: Indiana Society of Chicago; YEAR: 1912
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AUTHOR: McCutcheon, John T. (John Tinney), 1870-1949.
    TITLE: John McCutcheon's book
    PLACE: Chicago; PUBLISHER: Caxton Club; YEAR: 1948
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AUTHOR: McCutcheon, John T. (John Tinney), 1870-1949.
    TITLE: John T. McCutcheon letter to Todd : El Paso, Texas
     YEAR: 1914; NOTES: Part of a collection of documents relating to Mexican history,
                                      titled Mexican miscellany.  Describing his experiences
                                      sketching Venustiano Carranza and Francisco Villa in Mexico.
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AUTHOR: McCutcheon, John T. (John Tinney), 1870-1949.
    TITLE: The mysterious stranger and other cartoons
    PLACE: New York; PUBLISHER: McClure, Phillips; YEAR: 1905
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AUTHOR: McCutcheon, John T. (John Tinney), 1870-1949.
    TITLE: The restless age :  illustrated with cartoons by the author.
    PLACE: Indianapolis; PUBLISHER: Bobbs-Merrill; YEAR: 1921
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AUTHOR: McCutcheon, John T. (John Tinney), 1870-1949.
    TITLE: Santy
    PLACE: Chicago : PUBLISHER: Frances L. Lester, The Laurel Shop; YEAR: 1907
  SUBJECT: Christmas stories.
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 AUTHOR: McCutcheon, John T. (John Tinney), 1870-1949.
    TITLE: To enter the wars now raging in Europe, Asia and Africa would be an act of national
               folly from which our country must be spared!
    PLACE: Chicago, Ill.; PUBLISHER: America First Committee; YEAR: 1940
    NOTES: "This collection of cartoons by Mr. John T. McCutcheon... was originally published
                 in the Chicago tribune..."--T.p. verso.
                 SUBJECT: World War, 1939-1945 -- United States.
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AUTHOR: McCutcheon, John T. (John Tinney), 1870-1949.
    TITLE: T. R. in cartoons
    PLACE: Chicago; PUBLISHER: A.C. McClurg & Co.; YEAR: 1910
  SUBJECT: Roosevelt, Theodore, -- 1858-1919 -- Portraits, caricatures, etc.
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AUTHOR: McCutcheon, John T. (John Tinney), 1870-1949.
    TITLE: Treasure Island : (locally known as Salt Cay) ; Lat. 77p0s 22' West, Long. 25p0s 6' North
    PLACE: Chicago; PUBLISHER: Rand McNally & Co.; YEAR: 1920
    NOTES: Within the cover is a one-leaf map drawn by McCutcheon, with letter-press text
                 (poems by Charles T. Atkinson and Horace Kent Teney) on the verso.

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AUTHOR: Hubbard, Kin, 1868-1930.
    TITLE: Abe Martin's broadcast, Kin Hubbard announcing; YEAR:  [c1930]
PLACE: Indianapolis; PUBLISHER: The Bobbs-Merrill company
    OTHER: John T. McCutcheon Art Library.
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AUTHOR: Williams, Gaar, 1880-1935.
    TITLE: Among the folks in history
     YEAR: ? 1900 1979
    OTHER: McCutcheon, John T. (John Tinney), 1870-1949.
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   AUTHOR: McCutcheon, George Barr, 1866-1928.
TITLE: Anderson Crow, detective
 OTHER: McCutcheon, John T. (John Tinney), 1870-1949.
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AUTHOR: Art Institute of Chicago.
    TITLE: An exhibition of drawings
    PLACE: Chicago; PUBLISHER: Press of The Henry O. Shepard Co.; YEAR: 1897
    OTHER: McCutcheon, John T. (John Tinney), 1870-1949.
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AUTHOR: Art Institute of Chicago.
    TITLE: An exhibition of drawings illustrating scenes
               and incidents during our late war with Spain :
               John T. McCutcheon, . . .; YEAR: 1899
  SUBJECT: McCutcheon, John Tinney, -- 1870-1949.
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AUTHOR: Aldis, Mary (Reynolds) 1872-
    TITLE: An heir at large; a play in seven scenes
    PLACE: Chicago; PUBLISHER: Old Tower Press, Ltd.; YEAR: 1926
    OTHER: McCutcheon, John T. (John Tinney), 1870-1949.
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AUTHOR: United States. Commission on Training Camp Activities (War Dept.)
    TITLE: Army song book.
    PLACE: Washington; YEAR: 1918;  SUBJECT: War songs.  National songs.  Songs, English.
    NOTES: Illustrations for the most characteristic songs by John T. McCutcheon.
    OTHER: McCutcheon, John T. (John Tinney), 1870-1949.
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AUTHOR: Ade, George, 1866-1944.
    TITLE: Artie : a story of the streets and town
    PLACE: Chicago; PUBLISHER: Herbert S. Stone; YEAR: 1897
 OTHER: McCutcheon, John T. (John Tinney), 1870-1949.
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TITLE: A book of Indiana : the story of what has been described as the most typically
            American state in the American democracy told in terms of biography.
PUBLISHER: Indiana Biographical Association; YEAR: 1929
    NOTES: Contains an illustrated history of Indiana by John T. McCutcheon (p. 7-24).
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AUTHOR: Ade, George, 1866-1944.
    TITLE: Cap. Fry's birthday party : original prompt copy of the play as performed, Jan. 30, 1904
    PLACE: Chicago?; YEAR: 1904
    OTHER: McCutcheon, John T. (John Tinney), 1870-1949.
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AUTHOR: Twain, Mark, 1835-1910.
    TITLE: Celebrated jumping frog of Calaveras County
    PLACE: Chicago, Ill.; PUBLISHER: Pocahontas Press; YEAR: 1940
    OTHER: McCutcheon, John T. (John Tinney), 1870-1949.
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AUTHOR: Blossom, Henry, 1866-1919.
    TITLE: Checkers : a hard-luck story
    PLACE: Chicago; PUBLISHER: Herbert S. Stone & Company; YEAR: 1897
    OTHER: McCutcheon, John T. (John Tinney), 1870-1949.
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AUTHOR: Ade, George, 1866-1944.
    TITLE: The Chicago record's "Stories of the streets and of the town."
    PLACE: Chicago; PUBLISHER: The Chicago Record; YEAR: 1894 1900
    OTHER: McCutcheon, John T. (John Tinney), 1870-1949.
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AUTHOR: Irving, Washington, 1783-1859.
    TITLE: Christmas
    PLACE: Chicago; PUBLISHER: The Monastery Hill Bindery; YEAR: 1932
    OTHER: McCutcheon, John T. (John Tinney), 1870-1949.
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 AUTHOR: Ade, George, 1866-1944.
    TITLE: Circus day
PLACE: Akron, Ohio; PUBLISHER: Saalfield; YEAR: 1903
    OTHER: McCutcheon, John T. (John Tinney), 1870-1949.
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AUTHOR: Raymond, Clifford Samuel, 1875-
    TITLE: Clifford and John's almanack,
    PLACE: Chicago; PUBLISHER: The Reilly & Lee Co.; YEAR: 1921
    OTHER: McCutcheon, John T. (John Tinney), 1870-1949.
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   AUTHOR: Riley, James Whitcomb, 1849-1916.
TITLE: Collection
     YEAR: 1880 1956; PUB TYPE: Mixed Materials; FORMAT: 3 boxes and 1 oversize box.
    OTHER: McCutcheon, John T. (John Tinney), 1870-1949.
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AUTHOR: Dawes Arboretum.
    TITLE: The Dawes arboretum planting of Cartoonist tree
    PLACE: Chicago; PUBLISHER: Printed at the Lakeside Press, R.R. Donnelley & Sons Company
     YEAR: 1939; SUBJECT: McCutcheon, John T. -- (John Tinney), -- 1870-1949.
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TITLE: The day's doings of the press veterans of '93 :
           as guests of a Century of Progress, August 12, 1933
    PLACE: Chicago : PUBLISHER: Century of Progress; YEAR: 1933
    OTHER: McCutcheon, John T. (John Tinney), 1870-1949.
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 AUTHOR: Davis, Richard Harding, 1864-1916.
    TITLE: The deserter
    PLACE: New York; PUBLISHER: Scribner; YEAR: 1927
    OTHER: McCutcheon, John T. (John Tinney), 1870-1949.
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AUTHOR: Ade, George, 1866-1944.
    TITLE: Doc' Horne, a story of the streets and town
    PLACE: Chicago ; New York; PUBLISHER: H.S. Stone; YEAR: 1899
    OTHER: McCutcheon, John T. (John Tinney), 1870-1949.
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AUTHOR: Ade, George, 1866-1944.
TITLE: The fable of the married party with words to spare
    PLACE: Washington; PUBLISHER: Government Printing Office; YEAR: 1918
  SUBJECT: World War, 1914-1918 -- Finance.
    OTHER: McCutcheon, John T. (John Tinney), 1870-1949.
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AUTHOR: Ade, George, 1866-1944.
    TITLE: From her mother
     YEAR: 1918; NOTES: Illustrated by John T. McCutcheon.  At end of text: Published by
                                      The French Relief Fund. The Indianapolis Branch of The American
                                      Fund for French Wounded.                SUBJECT: Humorous poetry.
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 AUTHOR: Tarkington, Booth, 1869-1946.
    TITLE: George Ade, one of our own kind; YEAR: 1944
    OTHER: McCutcheon, John T. (John Tinney), 1870-1949.
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AUTHOR: Ade, George, 1866-1944.
    TITLE: Hand-made fables.
    PLACE: Garden City, N.Y.; PUBLISHER: Doubleday, Page & Co.; YEAR: 1920
    OTHER: McCutcheon, John T. (John Tinney), 1870-1949.
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 AUTHOR: Ade, George, 1866-1944.
    TITLE: Her choice this year
     YEAR: 1918; NOTES: Illustrated by John T. McCutcheon.   At end of text: Published by
                                      The French Relief Fund. The Indianapolis Branch of The American
                                      Fund for French Wounded.                SUBJECT: Humorous poetry.
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AUTHOR: Ade, George, 1866-1944.
    TITLE: I knew him when-- : a Hoosier fable dealing with the happy days of away back yonder
    PLACE: Chicago; YEAR: 1910
PUBLISHER: Privately published by the Indiana Society of Chicago,
                     (Press of A.D. Weinthrop & Company)
    NOTES:  The work contains 177 illustrations,
                  including reproductions of old photographs of Indiana
                  celebrities and original character portraits by McCutcheon.
    OTHER: McCutcheon, John T. (John Tinney), 1870-1949.
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 AUTHOR: McCutcheon, John T. (John Tinney), 1870-1949.
    TITLE: In Africa; hunting adventures in the big game country
    PLACE: Indianapolis; PUBLISHER: The Bobbs-Merrill company; YEAR: 1910
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 TITLE: Irvin Cobb, his book : friendly tributes upon the occasion of a dinner tendered to
             Irvin Shrewsbury Cobb at the Waldorf-Astoria hotel, New York April twenty-fifth, MCMXV
    YEAR: 1935
    OTHER: McCutcheon, John T. (John Tinney), 1870-1949.
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 TITLE: The island song book :
PUBLISHER: Privately printed at The Chicago Tribune tower; YEAR: 1927
 PUB TYPE: Musical Score; SUBJECT: Popular music -- Bahamas.
    OTHER: McCutcheon, John T. (John Tinney), 1870-1949. The island song book.
           McCutcheon, Evelyn Shaw. The island song book.
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AUTHOR: Twain, Mark, 1835-1910.
    TITLE: Jim Smiley & his jumping frog
    PLACE: Chicago, Ill.; PUBLISHER: Pocahontas Press; YEAR: 1940
    OTHER: McCutcheon, John T. (John Tinney), 1870-1949.
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AUTHOR: Cobb, Irvin S. (Irvin Shrewsbury), 1876-1944.
    TITLE: Kansas
    PLACE: New York; PUBLISHER: George H. Doran; YEAR: 1924
    OTHER: McCutcheon, John T. (John Tinney), 1870-1949.
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AUTHOR: Cobb, Irvin S. (Irvin Shrewsbury), 1876-1944.
    TITLE: Kentucky
    PLACE: New York; PUBLISHER: George H. Doran; YEAR: 1924
    OTHER: McCutcheon, John T. (John Tinney), 1870-1949.
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  AUTHOR: Higgins, C. A. (Charles A.)
    TITLE: The land of sunshine
    PLACE: Chicago; PUBLISHER:  Henry O. Shepard; YEAR: 1892
  SUBJECT: New Mexico -- Description and travel.
    OTHER: McCutcheon, John T. (John Tinney), 1870-1949.
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 AUTHOR: Davis, Richard Harding, 1864-1916.
    TITLE: The lost road
    PLACE: New York; PUBLISHER: Scribner; YEAR: 1919
    OTHER: McCutcheon, John T. (John Tinney), 1870-1949
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AUTHOR: Kiser, Samuel Ellsworth, 1862-1942.
    TITLE: Love sonnets of an office boy
    PLACE: Boston ; Chicago; PUBLISHER: Forbes & Company; YEAR: 1904
    OTHER: McCutcheon, John T. (John Tinney), 1870-1949.
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AUTHOR: Kling, Flora Gardiner, b. 1858.
SUBJECT: McCutcheon, George Barr, -- 1866-1928 -- Correspondence; YEAR: 1888 1938
    OTHER:  McCutcheon, John T. -- (John Tinney), -- 1870-1949 --
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 TITLE: Masterpieces of wit and humor :
           containing all that is best in the literature of laughter of all nations
PUBLISHER: E.J. Long; YEAR: 1902
    OTHER: McCutcheon, John T. (John Tinney), 1870-1949, ill.
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AUTHOR: Ade, George, 1866-1944.
    TITLE: Notes & reminiscences; George Ade, John T. McCutcheon
    PLACE: Chicago; PUBLISHER: Holiday Press; YEAR: 1940
    OTHER: McCutcheon, John T. (John Tinney), 1870-1949.
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AUTHOR: Baumann, Gustave, 1881-1971.
    TITLE: Papers
     YEAR: 1965 1968; PUB TYPE: Mixed Materials; FORMAT: 2 items.
    NOTES: Topics include a conversation with Chicago cartoonist John T. McCutcheon; . . .
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AUTHOR: Ade, George, 1866-1944.
    TITLE: People you know
    PLACE: New York; PUBLISHER: Harper; YEAR: 1904 1903
    OTHER: McCutcheon, John T. (John Tinney), 1870-1949.
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AUTHOR: Ade, George, 1866-1944.
    TITLE: Pink Marsh, a story of the streets and town
    PLACE: Chicago ; New York; PUBLISHER: H.S. Stone; YEAR: 1897
    OTHER: McCutcheon, John T. (John Tinney), 1870-1949.
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AUTHOR: Ade, George, 1866-1944.
    TITLE: Revived remarks on Mark Twain
    PLACE: Chicago; YEAR: ? 1936 1983
    OTHER: McCutcheon, John T. (John Tinney), 1870-1949.
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AUTHOR: Riley, James Whitcomb, 1849-1916.
     YEAR: 1884 1950; PUB TYPE: Archive/Manuscript Control
  SUBJECT: McCutcheon, John T. -- (John Tinney), -- 1870-1949 --
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TITLE: Saga of a Hoosier boy : a collection of pictorial tributes by the contemporaries of
            John T. McCutcheon, the Chicago Tribune's Pulitzer prize winner
            and dean of American cartoonists

    PLACE: Chicago; PUBLISHER: Indiana Society of Chicago; YEAR: 1940
    NOTES: "Privately printed by the Indiana Society of Chicago
                 on the occasion of its 29th annual dinner
                 on Dec. 14, 1940 in commemoration of John T. McCutcheon's 70th anniversary."
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 AUTHOR: Schneider, Gustav van Hemert, 1885-1951.
    TITLE: Schneider papers; YEAR: 1903 1930
  SUBJECT: McCutcheon, John T., -- (John Tinney), -- 1870-1949.
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AUTHOR: Hubbard, Kin, 1868-1930.
    TITLE: Short furrows
    PLACE: Indianapolis; PUBLISHER:  The Bobbs-Merrill co.; YEAR: [1912, c1911].
    OTHER: McCutcheon, John T. (John Tinney), 1870-1949.
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 AUTHOR: Kipling, Rudyard, 1865-1936.
    TITLE:  ... Soldiers three : a collection of stories setting forth certain passages in the lives
               and adventures of Privates Terence Mulvaney, Stanley Ortheris, and John Learoyd
    PLACE: London; PUBLISHER: Sampson Low, Marston, Searle, & Rivington; YEAR: 1890 1888
    OTHER: McCutcheon, John T. (John Tinney), 1870-1949.
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AUTHOR: Ade, George, 1866-1944.
    TITLE: Some one has not forgotten
     YEAR: 1918; NOTES: Illustrated by John T. McCutcheon.  At end of text: Published by
                                      The French Relief Fund. The Indianapolis Branch of The American Fund
                                      for French Wounded.                                 SUBJECT: Humorous poetry.
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AUTHOR: Ade, George, 1866-1944.
    TITLE: Stories from history
    PLACE: Chicago ; New York; PUBLISHER: Werner; YEAR: 1896
    OTHER: McCutcheon, John T. (John Tinney), 1870-1949.
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 AUTHOR: Ade, George, 1866-1944.
    TITLE: Stories of the streets and of the town from the Chicago record, 1893-1900
    PLACE: Chicago; PUBLISHER: Caxton Club; YEAR: ? 1941 1983
    OTHER: McCutcheon, John T. (John Tinney), 1870-1949.
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AUTHOR: Thompson & Thomas (Firm).
    TITLE: Tattlings of a retired politician : being the letters (non-partisan) of Hon. William Bradley,
               Ex-Governor and former veteran of practical politics, written to his friend
                and protégé Ned, who is still busy "carving a career back in the old state"
    PLACE: Chicago; PUBLISHER: Thompson & Thomas; YEAR: 1904
    OTHER: McCutcheon, John T. (John Tinney), 1870-1949.
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AUTHOR: Higgins, C. A. (Charles A.)
    TITLE: To California and back.
    OTHER:  Illus. by J. T. McCutcheon.          Chicago; Passenger Dept. Santa Fe Route, 1893.
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AUTHOR: Higgins, C. A. (Charles A.)
    TITLE: To California over the Santa Fe Trail
    PLACE: Chicago; YEAR: 1907, 1912, 1915
    OTHER: McCutcheon, John T. (John Tinney), 1870-1949.
                   Atchison, Topeka, and Santa Fe Railway Company. Passenger Dept.
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AUTHOR: Ade, George, 1866-1944.
    TITLE: To you--somewhere
     YEAR: 1918; NOTES: Illustrated by John T. McCutcheon.  At end of text: Published by
                                      The French Relief Fund. The Indianapolis Branch of The American Fund
                                      for French Wounded.                                SUBJECT: Humorous poetry.
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TITLE: War cartoons
    PLACE: Chicago; YEAR: 1942; SUBJECT: World War, 1939-1945 -- Caricatures and cartoons.
    OTHER: McCutcheon, John T. (John Tinney), 1870-1949.
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 TITLE: War pictures by John T. McCutcheon, William Schmedtgen, Walter Marshall Clute :
             Art Institute, Jan. 9 to 23, 1899; YEAR: 1899
  SUBJECT: McCutcheon, John T. -- (John Tinney), -- 1870-1949 --
                    United States -- History -- War of 1898 -- Art and the war --
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AUTHOR: Ade, George, 1866-1944.
    TITLE: What a man sees who goes away from home
     YEAR: 1896; NOTES: "Reprinted from the Chicago record."
                                      Illustrated by John T. McCutcheon and others.
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   AUTHOR: Jones, Jenkin Lloyd, 1843-1918.
    TITLE: What does Christmas really mean? A sermon
    PLACE: Chicago; PUBLISHER: Unity Pub. Co.; YEAR: 1908
    OTHER: McCutcheon, John T. (John Tinney), 1870-1949.
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   AUTHOR: American Institute of Graphic Arts.
    TITLE: The work of Bruce Rogers, jack of all trades: master of one; a catalogue of an exhibition
               arranged by the American institute of graphic arts and the Grolier club of New York
    PLACE: New York; PUBLISHER: Oxford University Press; YEAR: 1939
    OTHER: McCutcheon, John T. (John Tinney), 1870-1949.
 

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   AUTHOR: Valley National Bank of Arizona.
    TITLE: Spirit of the West; the "rodeo series" bronzes by Lawrence Tenney Stevens.
    PLACE: Phoenix, Ariz.; YEAR: 1971
  SUBJECT: Stevens, Lawrence Tenney.     Sculptors.



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AUTHOR: McCutcheon, John T. (John Tinney), 1870-1949.
    TITLE: Treasure Island : (locally known as Salt Cay) ; Lat. 77p0s 22' West, Long. 25p0s 6' North
    PLACE: Chicago; PUBLISHER: Rand McNally & Co.; YEAR: 1920
    NOTES: Within the cover is a one-leaf map drawn by McCutcheon, with letter-press text
                 (poems by Charles T. Atkinson and Horace Kent Teney) on the verso


 

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   AUTHOR: Galvin, Edward L.
    TITLE: The descendants of John Wentworth McAllister of Vermont : including
               the related families of Austin, Brink, Kidder, Parsons, Piper, Russ and Tenney
    PLACE: Brea, Cal.; PUBLISHER: E.L. Galvin; YEAR: 1990

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   AUTHOR: Tenney, William Alfred, 1827-
    TITLE: Sketch of the life of Mrs. Abby W. Tenney :
 PUB TYPE: Archive/Manuscript Control
    NOTES: Her life as the wife of a Congregational minister and missionary
                 in Oregon and California from 1856 until her death in 1904.
  SUBJECT: Tenney, Abigail Woodward Davison, -- 1828-1904.

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   AUTHOR: Cox, Alice Macy Ray.
    TITLE: The portrait painting Tenneys of Mosse Mountain*
               Adna Tenney and his nephew Ulysses Dow.    YEAR: 1963
    NOTES: "Historical Society Tour of Tenney portraits, led by Charlotte Morrison."
                 Paper read July 23, 1963,
                 at the Hanover Historical Society meeting, Trumbull Hall, Etna, N.H.
  SUBJECT: Tenney, Ada -- 1810-1900.         Tenney, Ulysses Dow, -- 1826-1908.

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     ERIC NO: EJ273448
      AUTHOR: Tenney, Agnes
       TITLE: Point of View: Affirmative Action in Academia--Women Scientists in Retrospect.
      SOURCE: Journal of College Science Teaching (v12 n3 p136-37 Dec-Jan 1983)

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   AUTHOR: Foss, Dorothy Tenney, 1897-
    TITLE: Alice Parker Tenney; a brief biography
     YEAR: 1963; SUBJECT: Tenney, Alice (Parker) -- 1865-1961.

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   AUTHOR: Smiley, Winifred Whiting.
    TITLE: Ammon M. Tenney :  his life & where he lived
     YEAR: 196u; SUBJECT: Tenney, Ammon M., -- 1844-1925 -- Biography.

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   AUTHOR: Tenney, Ammon M., 1844-1925.
    TITLE: Journals of Ammon M. Tenney; YEAR: 1887 1921
 PUB TYPE: Archive/Manuscript Control; FORMAT: ca. 2000 p. on 2 microfilm reels
    NOTES: Some journals titled: Diary of Ammon M. Tenney.
                  Reel 2. Indian story (1866). In southern Utah among the Indians :
                  experiences of Ammon M. Tenney (1867). Peace with the Navajos (1870).
                  Peace for the Indians (1870).
                  Microfilm. [Salt Lake City, Utah?] : Office of the Church Historian,
                  [The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints], 1961. 2 microfilm reels ; 35 mm.
                  Ammon M. Tenney was born Nov. 16, 1844 in Lee County, Iowa. He moved
                  to Utah in 1848, and then traveled on to California with his father who was called
                  to San Bernardino. There Ammon learned Spanish. He was ordained an elder
                  by Brigham Young. As an interpreter, he accompanied Jacob Hamblin
                  and Major Wesley Powell into Arizona. In 1879 he was instrumental in purchasing
                  land in St. Johns, Apache County, Arizona, for Mormon colonization. He died
                  in Safford, Arizona on Oct. 28, 1925.
  SUBJECT: Tenney, Ammon M., -- 1844-1925.
    OTHER: Diary of Ammon M. Tenney.

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   AUTHOR: Tenney, Anne
    TITLE: Magic
           Poetry by Anne Tenney
    PLACE: Jamestown, New York; PUBLISHER: author; YEAR: 1987 1989

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   AUTHOR: Bouton, Nathaniel, 1799-1878.
    TITLE: Seed-sowing; or, a fruitful ministry;
                sermon, funeral of Rev. Asa P. Tenney, March 4, 1867.
    PLACE: Concord; PUBLISHER: Office of the Daily Monitor; YEAR: 1867
  SUBJECT: Tenney, Asa P., -- 1801-1867.

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   AUTHOR: Tenney, Asa Wentworth, 1833-1897.
    TITLE: Speech of Mr. A.W. Tenney : delivered at the Soldiers' Reunion, at Everett Hall,
                in the city of Brooklyn, November 20, 1878.
    PLACE: United States; PUBLISHER: Tenney?; YEAR: 1878
  SUBJECT: Hayes, Rutherford Birchard, -- 1822-1893.
                    United States -- History -- Civil War, 1861-1865.

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   AUTHOR: Burton, Asa, 1752-1836.
    TITLE: A sermon, preached at the ordination of the Rev. Caleb J. Tenney,
               
to the pastoral care of the First Congregational Church of Christ in Newport,
                 (Rhode Island) September 12, 1804.
PUBLISHER: Printed at the office of the Newport Mercury
  SUBJECT: Tenney, Caleb Jewett, -- 1780-1847
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  AUTHOR: Tenney, Caleb J. (Caleb Jewett), 1780-1847.
    TITLE: Genealogy of the Tenney Family
    PLACE: Boston; PUBLISHER: Wilder's Genealogical Reprints; YEAR: 1919
    NOTES: Publisher's title:  Tenney Family genealogy.  Reprint of the 1845 ed.

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   AUTHOR: Tenney, Charles Dewey.
    TITLE: Studies in the language of Shakespeare's characters
    NOTES: Thesis (Ph. D.)--University of Oregon, 1931.  Eugene : University of Oregon, 1981. --
  SUBJECT: Shakespeare, William, -- 1564-1616

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     ERIC NO: ED063862
      AUTHOR: Tenney, Charles W., Jr.
       TITLE: Higher Education Programs in Law Enforcement and Criminal Justice.
        YEAR: Jun 1971

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   AUTHOR: United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Indian Affairs.
    TITLE: Relief of certain persons expelled from lands at Forest Dale, Apache County, Arizona.
                Hearing before the subcommittee of the Committee on Indian Affairs,
                 United States Senate, Sixty-fourth Congress, first session, on S. 3771 :
                  a bill for the relief of . . . , Clara L. Tenney,
    PLACE: Washington; PUBLISHER: Govt. Print. Office; YEAR: 1916

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   AUTHOR: Tenney, C. H. (Clesen Henry), 1892-
    TITLE: The Clesen H. Tenney papers,
     YEAR: 1941 1944; PUB TYPE: Archive/Manuscript Control; FORMAT: 2 boxes.
    NOTES: Contains: correspondence, official and personal, prepared while
                 Commanding Officer of the 7th Army Garrison Force (1942-1944);
                 notebook prepared by the War Dept. Statistics Branch for answering questions
                 posed while making statements to various congressional committees;
                 Tenney's thesis, photocopy of, entitled TREATMENT OF THE AMERICAN CIVIL WAR
                 IN CERTAIN SELECTED NOVELS (M.A.--College of Agriculture and Mechanic Arts,
                 1952);  U.S. Army commission certificates, Captain through Brigadier General
                  (1922-1944); and diplomas from Tenney's high school and numerous military schools
                  (1909-1933).  Born 1892. Graduated from the United States Military Academy, 1915,
                  Coast Artillery Advanced Course, 1927, Command and General Staff School, 1928,
                  Army War College, 1932, and Naval War College, 1933. Promoted to Colonel, 1941.
                  Assigned to the Statistics Branch, Army-Navy Munitions Board, 1942-1943.
                  Commanding Officer of the 7th Army Garrison Force stationed on Kwajalein Island
                  in the Marshall Islands, 1943-1944. Promoted to Brigadier General, 1944.
                  Transferred to the 55th Coast Artillery Regiment, 1944.
  SUBJECT: Tenney, C. H. -- (Clesen Henry), -- 1892- -- Archives.

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   AUTHOR: Barrett, Edward L.
    TITLE: The Tenney Committee : legislative investigation of subversive activities in California
    PLACE: New York; PUBLISHER: Johnson Reprint; YEAR: 1965 1951
    NOTES: Reprint of the 1951 ed. published by Cornell University Press.
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  AUTHOR: Harper, Lawrence A.
    TITLE: Legislative investigation of un-American activities-exhibit A: The Tenney Committee.
    PLACE: Berkeley,
PUBLISHER: University of California; NOTES: Reprint from California Law Review, 1951, no 4.

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     ERIC NO: ED088073
      AUTHOR: Tenney, Craig
       TITLE: The Freedom of Information Act, Executive Order 11652
                  and The Second Session of the Ninety-Second Congress.
        YEAR: Aug 1973
    ABSTRACT: Effective June 1, 1972, top secret information would be completely declassified
                       at the end of ten years, secret information at the end of eight years,
                       and confidential information at the end of six years. (CH)

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   AUTHOR: Tenney, Horace A. (Horace Addison), 1820-1906.
    TITLE: Genealogy of the Tenney Family more particularly of the family of Daniel Tenney,
                and Sylvia Kent, his wife, late of Laporte, Lorain County, Ohio,
                 from 1634 and 1638 to 1875
    PLACE: Madison, Wis.; PUBLISHER: M.J. Cantwell, book and job printer; YEAR: 1875
 PUB TYPE: Book; FORMAT: 76 p.; SERIES: Genealogy and local history ; G6481.
    NOTES: Includes index.  Microfiche. Ann Arbor, Mich. : UMI, 1995. 1 microfiche ; 11 x 15  cm.
  SUBJECT: Tinney Family.       Tenney, Daniel, -- 1794-1875.

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   AUTHOR: Central Congregational Church (Lawrence, Mass.)
    TITLE: Order of exercises at the installation of Rev. Daniel Tenney:
                as pastor of the Central Congregational Church, Lawrence, Mass.,
                 on Wednesday evening, September 2d, 1857.
    PLACE: Lawrence, Ma.; PUBLISHER: Lawrence Printing House
  SUBJECT: Lawrence (Mass.) -- Essex St., 149.
    OTHER: Lift aloud the voice of praise.  'Tis done--the important act is done.

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GOVDOC NO: NAS 1.14:D-8299
   AUTHOR: Tenney, Darrel R
    TITLE: Diffusion analysis for two-phase metal-matrix composite.
    PLACE: Washington; PUBLISHER: National Aeronautics and Space Administration ;
                 Springfield, Va. :
                 for sale by the National Technical Information Service; YEAR: 1976
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GOVDOC NO: NAS 1.61:1006
   AUTHOR: Unnam, Jalaiah.
    TITLE: Correction factors for on-line microprobe analysis of multielement alloy systems.
    PLACE: Washington; YEAR: 1977
    OTHER: Tenney, Darrel R. , joint author. Brewer, William D. joint author.
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GOVDOC NO: NAS 1.60:1349
   AUTHOR: Unnam, Jalaiah.
    TITLE: Geometric relationships for homogenization in single-phase binary alloy systems.
    PLACE: [Washington] : Springfield, Va.; YEAR: 1978
    OTHER: Tenney, Darrel R., joint author. Stein, Bland A. joint author.
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GOVDOC NO: NAS 1.60:1281
   AUTHOR: Tenney, Darrel R.
    TITLE: Effect of concentration dependence of the diffusion coefficienton homogenization
                kinetics in multiphase binary alloy systems.   PLACE: [Washington]; YEAR: 1978
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GOVDOC NO: NAS 1.15:78636
   AUTHOR: Tenney, Darrel R
    TITLE: Numerical analyses for treating diffusion
               in single-, two-, and three-phase binary alloy systems.
    PLACE: [Washington] : Springfield, Va.; YEAR: 1978
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GOVDOC NO: NAS 1.15:101501
   AUTHOR: Tenney, D. R.
    TITLE: Materials and structures for hypersonic vehicles (microform)
    PLACE: Hampton, Va.; PUBLISHER: National Aeronautics and Space Administration,
                                                               Langley Research Center; YEAR: 1989, 1988

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    TITLE: Tenney discourses.
     YEAR: 1834 1859; PUB TYPE: Book; FORMAT: 1 v. (various pagings) 23 cm.

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   AUTHOR: Miller, Alex. McVeigh, Mrs.
    TITLE: Dora Tenney, the pretty telegraph operator, or, She fell in love with a soldier
    PLACE: New York; PUBLISHER: Street & Smith; YEAR: 1894

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   AUTHOR: Tenney, Edwin H. (Edwin Hewes), 1835-1860.
    TITLE: Oration by Edwin H. Tenney : attorney-at-law, Nashville, on the eighty-third
                anniversary of American independence, at Rome, Tennessee, July 4, 1859
    PLACE: Rome, Tenn.; PUBLISHER: John S. Rawls & Nathan Fuqua

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    TITLE: Fauquier White Sulphur Springs, Virginia : season of 1882 :
               under the management of F. Tenney & Co.
    PLACE: Washington, D.C.; YEAR: ? 1900 1990
    OTHER: Fauquier Springs, seasons of 1882-1888-1890.
 

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    TITLE: Tenney
    PLACE: Boston; YEAR: 1922; PUB TYPE: Book;
                 FORMAT: 1 broadside ; geneal. table ; 56 x 97 cm.
    NOTES: Genealogical charts of the Tenney and Griswold families.
                 SUBJECT: Tenney Family.

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   AUTHOR: Atwood, Charles, 1803-1887.
    TITLE: History of the Atwood family, in England and the United States
                To which is appended a short account of the Tenney Family.
    PLACE: Boston; PUBLISHER: G.H. Ware; YEAR: 1888
    NOTES: Microfilm. New York : New York Public Library, 1982.
                 1 microfilm reel ; 35 mm. (MN *ZZ-19035)

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   AUTHOR: Drisko, Clarence H.
    TITLE: The Tenney (Tinney) Family; PLACE: So. Yarmouth, Mass.
PUBLISHER: Leonard F. Tibbetts; YEAR: 1979; PUB TYPE: Book
   FORMAT: A7, 90 leaves : geneal. tables ; 29 cm.; NOTES: Photo reprint ed. Includes index.
  SUBJECT: Tenney Family.  This is a genealogy of the Tenney/Tinney family
                   of Addison, Centerville, Columbia, Columbia Falls, Jonesboro, etc.  . . .
                    This manuscript  has information about: George{4} Tenney (John{3},{2},{1}),
                     and his wife Bethiah{5} Elwell, who were married at Falmouth, Maine
                      19 May 1759, and who were at Pleasant River below Columbia Falls
                        in about 1776.
LOCATION(S): Maine Historical Society, Portland, Maine;
                        The Maine State Library, Augusta, Maine;
                         The New England Historic Genealogical Society,
                          Boston, Massachusetts, [USA]; etc.

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   AUTHOR: Eubanks, Patty Webb, 1928-
    TITLE: Our Tenney Family (of Upshur County, West Virginia)
    PLACE: Oklahoma City; PUBLISHER: Genealogical Institute of Oklahoma
     YEAR: 1980; PUB TYPE: Book; FORMAT: 133 p., [4] leaves of plates : ill., coat of arms ; 28 cm.

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   AUTHOR: Merriam, Ellen Sanborn.
    TITLE: Descendants of Hannah Jewett Tenney.
    PLACE: Rowley, Mass.; PUBLISHER: Jewett Family of Am.; YEAR: 1964 1964
  SUBJECT: Tenney Family

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   AUTHOR: Tenney, Caleb J. (Caleb Jewett), 1780-1847.
    TITLE: Genealogy of the Tenney Family
    PLACE: Boston; PUBLISHER: Wilder's Genealogical Reprints; YEAR: 1919
    NOTES: Publisher's title:  Tenney Family genealogy.  Reprint of the 1845 ed.

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   AUTHOR: Tenney, Horace A. (Horace Addison), 1820-1906.
    TITLE: Genealogy of the Tenney Family more particularly of the family of Daniel Tenney,
                and Sylvia Kent, his wife, late of Laporte, Lorain County, Ohio,
                 from 1634 and 1638 to 1875
    PLACE: Madison, Wis.; PUBLISHER: M.J. Cantwell, book and job printer; YEAR: 1875
 PUB TYPE: Book; FORMAT: 76 p.; SERIES: Genealogy and local history ; G6481.
    NOTES: Includes index.  Microfiche. Ann Arbor, Mich. : UMI, 1995. 1 microfiche ; 11 x 15  cm.
  SUBJECT: Tinney Family.       Tenney, Daniel, -- 1794-1875.

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   AUTHOR: Kimball, Sarah Louise, 1865-
    TITLE: The Royal Ancestry of Deacon Levi Tenney
    PLACE: Palo Alto; YEAR: 1928; PUB TYPE: Book
  SUBJECT: Families of royal descent.    Tenney Family.     Heraldry.

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   AUTHOR: Tenney, M. J. (Martha Jane), b. 1832.
    TITLE: The Tenney Family, or,
                The descendants of Thomas Tenney, of Rowley, Mass., 1638-1890
    PLACE: Boston, Mass.; PUBLISHER: American Print. and Engraving Co.; YEAR: 1891
 PUB TYPE: Book; FORMAT: 369 p. : coat of arms, ports.;
                   SERIES: Genealogy and local history ; G6484.
    NOTES: Typescript note tipped in at p. 64.  Includes indexes.
                 Microfiche. Ann Arbor, Mich. : UMI, 1995. 5 microfiche ; 11 x 15 cm.
  SUBJECT: Tinney Family.  Tenney, Thomas, -- d. 1700.
ALT TITLE: Descendants of Thomas Tenney, of Rowley, Mass., 1638-1890

 

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   AUTHOR: Congregational Church (Byfield, MA.)
    TITLE: Order of exercises at the installation of Rev. Francis V. Tenney, over the Congregational
                Church and Society in Byfield, March 7, 1850.
    PLACE: Newburyport; PUBLISHER: Huse & Bragdon, Newburyport Daily Union Press
    OTHER: With joy, we hail, and welcome here.

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     ERIC NO: EJ018550
      AUTHOR: Tenney, Gertrude
       TITLE: An Open-Ended Program in Gainful Home Economics
        YEAR: Apr 1970; SOURCE: Amer Vocat J (45; 4; 62-63)
    ABSTRACT: "Berkeley High School's home economics department
                        trains students for occupations where employment
                         and advancement opportunities are best." (Editor)

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   AUTHOR: Tenny, H.
    TITLE: Rapid characterization of drilled test earth cores by X-ray energy dispersive analysis
    PLACE: Richland, Wash. : Springfield, Va.; PUBLISHER: Dept. of Energy, Pacific Northwest
                  Laboratory ; for sale by the National Technical Information Service; YEAR: 1978

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   AUTHOR: Tenney, H. B.
    TITLE: Dictation from H.B. Tenney : Tucson, Pima County.
 PUB TYPE: Archive/Manuscript Control; FORMAT: 1 item. partial microfilm reel :
                                                                                  negative (Rich. 108:15) and positive.
    NOTES: One of a series of dictations regarding people and events in Arizona Territory,
                 collected by an agent of H.H. Bancroft

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     ERIC NO: ED369395
      AUTHOR: Tenney, H. Baird; And Others
       TITLE: Marketing & Libraries Do Mix: A Handbook for Libraries and Information Centers.
        YEAR: May 1993
    ABSTRACT: This handbook offers a practical set of ideas to help all types of libraries
                         in the task of marketing their services in an increasingly competitive
                          economy and provides a model program as urged by the White House
                           Conference on Library and Information Services.

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   AUTHOR: Merriam, Ellen Sanborn.
    TITLE: Descendants of Hannah Jewett Tenney.
    PLACE: Rowley, Mass.; PUBLISHER: Jewett Family of Am.; YEAR: 1964 1964
  SUBJECT: Tenney Family

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   AUTHOR: Tenney, Henry Cadle, 1857-1890.
    TITLE: Writings of Henry Cadle Tenney : compiled after his death, January, 1890.
    PLACE: Chicago; PUBLISHER: Knight & Leonard Co., printers

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AUTHOR: Tenney, Henry W.
    TITLE: Writings of Henry W. Tenney.
    PLACE: Chicago, Ill.; PUBLISHER: [Horace Kent Tenney]; YEAR: 1904
    NOTES: "Compiled after his death on October 26, 1903."
  SUBJECT: Tenney, Henry W. -- 1822-1903.        Journalism -- Wisconsin.
    OTHER: Tenney, Horace Kent 1859-1932.

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   AUTHOR: Carpenito, Anthony J.
    TITLE: Inaugurating a teachers' handbook for Tenney High School Methuen, Massachusetts.
    NOTES: Typescript.  Thesis (M. Ed.)--University of Massachusetts, 1961.
  SUBJECT: Teachers -- Handbooks, manuals, etc.

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   AUTHOR: Tenney, Horace A. (Horace Addison), 1820-1906.
    TITLE: Genealogy of the Tenney Family more particularly of the family of Daniel Tenney,
                and Sylvia Kent, his wife, late of Laporte, Lorain County, Ohio,
                 from 1634 and 1638 to 1875
    PLACE: Madison, Wis.; PUBLISHER: M.J. Cantwell, book and job printer; YEAR: 1875
 PUB TYPE: Book; FORMAT: 76 p.; SERIES: Genealogy and local history ; G6481.
    NOTES: Includes index.  Microfiche. Ann Arbor, Mich. : UMI, 1995. 1 microfiche ; 11 x 15  cm.
  SUBJECT: Tinney Family.       Tenney, Daniel, -- 1794-1875.

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   AUTHOR: Tenney, Henry W.
    TITLE: Writings of Henry W. Tenney.
    PLACE: Chicago, Ill.; PUBLISHER: [Horace Kent Tenney]; YEAR: 1904
    NOTES: "Compiled after his death on October 26, 1903."
  SUBJECT: Tenney, Henry W. -- 1822-1903.        Journalism -- Wisconsin.
    OTHER: Tenney, Horace Kent 1859-1932.
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  AUTHOR: Tenney, Horace Kent, 1859-1932.
    TITLE: Selected writings of Horace Kent Tenney.
    PLACE: Chicago; PUBLISHER: Privately published : [Lakeside Press]; YEAR: 1937
  SUBJECT: Law -- United States -- Humor.

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     ERIC NO: EJ183441
      AUTHOR: Tenney, Horace K., III
       TITLE: Suffer the Little Children
        YEAR: 1978; SOURCE: Bureau Memorandum (19; 2; 31-4)
    ABSTRACT: The author reviews the needs of normal infants and young children and considers
                         some of the difficulties faced by handicapped children. (CL)
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    ERIC NO: ED182949
      AUTHOR: Tenney, Horace K., III; And Others
       TITLE: Slow Dangerous Curve: Scoliosis and Posture Screening Handbook. Rev. Ed.
                  YEAR: Jun 1979
 INSTITUTION: Wisconsin State Dept. of Public Instruction,
                        Madison. Bureau for Handicapped Children.

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   AUTHOR: Ingham County Agricultural Society (Mich.)
    TITLE: List of premiums awarded at the sixth annual fair, and annual address : delivered before
                the Ingham County Agricultural Society by Hon. J. E. Tenney at Mason, Ingham Co.,
                Michigan, Thursday, Sept. 27th, 1860.    PLACE: Mason, Mich.;
                PUBLISHER: [The Society]

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   AUTHOR: Tenney, Jack B. (Jack Breckinridge), 1898-1970.
    TITLE: Jack B. Tenney [songbook]
    PLACE: Chicago; PUBLISHER: M.M. Cole Pub. Co.; YEAR: 1946
 PUB TYPE: Musical Score; FORMAT: 96 p.
    NOTES: Voice with piano accompaniment.
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  AUTHOR: Tenney, Jack B. (Jack Breckinridge), 1898-1970.
    TITLE: The Tenney Committee; the American record.
    PLACE: Tujunga, Calif.; PUBLISHER: Standard Publications; YEAR: 1952
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   AUTHOR: Tenney, Jack B. (Jack Breckinridge), 1898-1970.
    TITLE: Acceptance speech of Senator Jack B. Tenney : an inspiring and enlightening exposure
                of two-party treason, New Deal Communism and "me-too" Republicanism.
    PLACE: St. Louis, Mo.; PUBLISHER: Christian Nationalist crusade; YEAR: 1952
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   TITLE: Tenney reports.
    PLACE: Hollywood, Calif.; NUMBERING: Began Oct. 1, 1955.
    NOTES: "In defense of our way of life, our Constitution and our Country," May 15, 1956.
                 Description based on: No. 2 (Oct. 1955).  Editor: <Oct. 1955>-     Jack B. Tenney.
  SUBJECT: Conservatism -- Periodicals.    Mental health laws -- California -- Periodicals.
                    anti-Communist movements -- California -- Periodicals.
    OTHER: Tenney, Jack B. (Jack Breckinridge), 1898-1970.
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  AUTHOR: Tenney, Jack B. (Jack Breckinridge), 1898-1970.
    TITLE: Jack B. Tenney California legislator
       IN: Oral History collection, Dept. of Special Collections, University
           Library, University of California, Los Angeles; YEAR: 1969
 PUB TYPE: Archive/Manuscript Control; FORMAT: 5 v. (xvi, 2050 leaves) ; 28 cm.
    NOTES: Transcript of a 74-hour interview completed under the auspices
                 of the UCLA Oral History Program.  Tenney reminisces about his life,
                 with particular emphasis on his career in California politics.
                 Musician, composer, labor leader, attorney, and legislator.
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   AUTHOR: Scobie, Ingrid Winther, 1943-
    TITLE: Jack B. Tenney, molder of anti-Communist legislation in California, 1940-49
    PLACE: Ann Arbor, Mich.; PUBLISHER: University Microfilms; YEAR: 1975 1974
    NOTES: Vita. Thesis--University of Wisconsin, 1970.
  SUBJECT: Tenney, Jack Breckinridge, -- 1898-

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   AUTHOR: Tenney, James.
    TITLE: Spectral canon for Conlon Nancarrow : for harmonic player-piano : 1974
 PUB TYPE: Musical Score; FORMAT: 16 leaves of music ; 36 cm.
    NOTES: "The harmonic player-piano is an ordinary player-piano
                 tuned to the harmonic series on A-55."
                 Reproduced from holograph.  SUBJECT: Player-piano music.

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    TITLE: The Music of James Tenney
    PLACE: Santa Fe (P.O. Box 8319, Santa Fe, NM 87504-8319); PUBLISHER: Soundings Press
     YEAR: 1984
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  AUTHOR: Tenney, James.
    TITLE: Music of James Tenney
    PLACE: Santa Fe, N.M.; PUBLISHER: Soundings Press; YEAR: 1984
 PUB TYPE: Musical Score; FORMAT: 297 p. : port. ; 28 cm.; SERIES: Soundings ; v. 13
    NOTES: Pt. 1. Appreciation, documents and photos -- Pt. 2. The work --
                 Pt. 3. Larry Polansky : The early works of James Tenney.
  SUBJECT: Instrumental music.    Vocal music.    Computer music.
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  AUTHOR: Adams, John Luther, 1953-
    TITLE: For Jim (rising) : a tribute to James Tenney
    PLACE: [U.S.]; PUBLISHER: Perspectives of New Music
 PUB TYPE: Musical Score; FORMAT: 1 score (p. 447-454) ; 23 cm.
    NOTES: "Reprint from Perspectives of new music,
                  volume 25, nos. 1&2, winter 2987, summer 1987."
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   TITLE: Tallahassee New Music Ensemble
    PLACE: Tallahassee, Fla.; PUBLISHER: Florida State University School of Music
     YEAR: 1990; PUB TYPE: Recording; FORMAT: 1 sound cassette : analog.
    NOTES: Chamber music.   / James Tenney -- Homage to James Tenny
  SUBJECT: Tenney, James -- Songs and music.

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   AUTHOR: Relache -- The Ensemble for Contemporary Music.
    TITLE: On edge
    PLACE: Kew Gardens, NY; PUBLISHER: Mode; YEAR: 1990 1989
 PUB TYPE: Recording; FORMAT: 1 sound disc (59 min.) : digital ; 4 3/4 in.  Compact disc.
    NOTES: Biographical and program notes by the composers,
                 in English with French and German translations,  inserted in container.
    OTHER: Tenney, James. Critical band. 1990.  Chamber works by Epstein, Albert & Tenney.

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   AUTHOR: Belet, Brian E.
    TITLE: An examination of the theories and compositions of James Tenney, 1982-1985
    NOTES: Thesis (D.M.A.)--The University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 1990.
                 Thesis (A.Mus. D.)--University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 1990

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   AUTHOR: Johns Hopkins University. Dept. of Medical Care and Hospitals.
    TITLE: The content of medical practice; a research bibliography [by] James B. Tenney.
    PLACE: Baltimore; YEAR: 1969
  SUBJECT: Specialism -- bibliography.      Specialism -- abstracts.
    OTHER: Tenney, James B.       
                   National Center for Health Services Research and Development.
                    National Center for Health Statistics (U.S.)
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  AUTHOR: Tenney, James B., 1933-
    TITLE: National ambulatory medical care survey: background and methodology, United States,
                1967-1972; a report on feasibility studies of methods developed for collecting national
                ambulatory medical care data from practicing office-based physicians
                in the United States ...
    PLACE: Rockville, Md.; PUBLISHER: National Center for Health Statistics
                                                            [for sale by the Supt. of Docs.,
                                                            U. S. Govt. Print. Off., Washington]; YEAR: 1974

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    TITLE: National Society of New England Women :
                Deacon John Tenney Colony, Texas, No. 160
                 committee: Helen McCloskey Jackson, Doris Keating,
                   Rosemary Lindley, Garnett Noser, Lois Talley.
    PLACE: Houston, TX ; YEAR: 1994; NOTES: Copies of applications for membership.
  SUBJECT: New England -- Genealogy.           Texas -- Genealogy.

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   AUTHOR: Dix, John A. (John Adams), 1798-1879.
    TITLE: Letter, 1872 July 29, West Hampton, [N.Y.], to Jona. Tenney.
     YEAR: 1872; PUB TYPE: Archive/Manuscript Control; FORMAT: 1 p. 21 cm.
    NOTES: Holograph, signed. States that he no longer makes appointments on the Erie Railroad,
                 but that he will speak to the general manager on Tenney's behalf.  Dix was briefly
                 reform president of the Erie Railroad in 1872.
  SUBJECT: Erie Railroad Company -- History -- Sources.

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   AUTHOR: Tenney, M. J. (Martha Jane), b. 1832.
    TITLE: The Tenney family, or,
                The descendants of Thomas Tenney of Rowley, Massachusetts, 1638-1904
  EDITION: Rev. with partial records of Prof. Jonathan Tenney.
    PLACE: Concord, N.H.; PUBLISHER: Rumford Press; YEAR: 1904; PUB TYPE: Book
   FORMAT: 691 p., [27] leaves of plates : ill., ports. ; 24 cm.
    NOTES: Includes index. Broadside of the Genealogy of the Tenney family by C.J. Tenney,
                 Northampton, Mass., 1845, inserted in front.
                 Microfiche. Sanford, N.C. : Microfilming Corp. of America, 1982.
                 8 microfiches ; 11 x 15 cm. (Genealogy & local history ; G 578)
  SUBJECT: Tenney family.    Tenney, Thomas, -- 1614-1700.    Tenney, Jonathan, -- 1817-1888.

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   AUTHOR: Tenney, Kent.
    TITLE: Dr. Kent Tenney speaks on the Dewey School in Chicago
    PLACE: Madison, WI.; PUBLISHER: released by the Instructional Media Development Center
     YEAR: 1989 1982; PUB TYPE: Audiovisual;
                 FORMAT: 1 videocassette (60 min.) : sd., col. ; 1/2 in.
    NOTES: Dr. Kent Tenney describes his experiences as a student
                 in the Laboratory School at the University of Chicago
                 (commonly known as the Dewey School) around the turn of the century.
  SUBJECT: Tenney, Kent -- Biography.

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   AUTHOR: Robinson, Elisha.
    TITLE: Atlas of the City of Passaic and Acquackanonk Township, Passaic County, New Jersey :
                compiled from surveys furnished by Messrs. Wise & Watson...official records,
                private plans and actual surveys by L.E. Tenney and P.R. Stickney, surveyors
    PLACE: New York; PUBLISHER: E. Robinson & Co.; YEAR: 1901

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     ERIC NO: EJ201155
      AUTHOR: Tenney, Leland
       TITLE: Utilizing the New Technology.
      SOURCE: College Press Review (v18 n1-2 p36-39 Fall-Win 1978-79)
  MAJOR DESC: Communications; Computers; Journalism Education; School Newspapers;
                           Student Publications; Technological Advancement
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    ERIC NO: EJ246955
      AUTHOR: Tenney, Leland
       TITLE: Upholding Tradition.
      SOURCE: College Press Review (v20 n3 p48-50 Spr 1981)
    ABSTRACT: Explains the reasons for the financial success and stability of the yearbook
                         operation at Oklahoma State University. (RL)

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   AUTHOR: Kimball, Sarah Louise, 1865-
    TITLE: The Royal Ancestry of Deacon Levi Tenney
    PLACE: Palo Alto; YEAR: 1928; PUB TYPE: Book
  SUBJECT: Families of royal descent.    Tenney Family.    Heraldry.

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   AUTHOR: Church, John Hubbard, 1772-1840.
    TITLE: Discourse delivered at Nottingham-West, N.H., Oct. 29, 1822,
               funeral of Mrs. Lucy W. Tenney.
    PLACE: Concord; PUBLISHER: George Hough; YEAR: 1823
  SUBJECT: Tenney, Lucy W., (Cross)

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   AUTHOR: Tenney, Luman Harris, 1841-1880.
    TITLE: War diary of Luman Harris Tenney, 1861-1865
    PLACE: Cleveland, O.; PUBLISHER: Evangelical Pub.; YEAR: 1914
    NOTES: "Printed for private circulation by Francis Andrews Tenney, Oberlin, Ohio."
                  Includes genealogical chart.
  SUBJECT: Tenney, Luman Harris, -- 1841-1880 -- Diaries.  Tinney family.
                    United States. -- Army. -- Ohio Cavalry Regiment, 2nd (1861-1865)

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    TITLE: Muster-out roll of First Kansas Battery Volunteers
                commanded by Capt. Marcus D. Tenney.
    PLACE: Ottawa, Kan.; PUBLISHER: Newman Waring; YEAR: 1896
  SUBJECT: United States. -- Army. -- Kansas Light Artillery Battery, 1st.
                    Kansas -- History -- Civil War, 1861-1865 -- Registers.

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   AUTHOR: Tenney, M. J. (Martha Jane), b. 1832.
    TITLE: The Tenney family, or, The descendants of Thomas Tenney of Rowley
           Massachusetts, 1638-1904; EDITION: Rev. with partial records of Prof. Jonathan Tenney.
    PLACE: Concord, N.H.; PUBLISHER: Rumford Press; YEAR: 1904; PUB TYPE: Book
   FORMAT: 691 p., [27] leaves of plates : ill., ports. ; 24 cm.
    NOTES: Includes index. Broadside of the Genealogy of the Tenney family by C.J. Tenney,
                 Northampton, Mass., 1845, inserted in front.
                 Microfiche. Sanford, N.C. : Microfilming Corp. of America, 1982.
                 8 microfiches ; 11 x 15 cm. (Genealogy & local history ; G 578)
  SUBJECT: Tenney family.      Tenney, Thomas, -- 1614-1700.       Tenney, Jonathan, -- 1817-1888.

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   AUTHOR: Tenney, Mary Comey.
    TITLE: Henry Newton Comey; a memorial by his daughter Mary Comey Tenney.
    PLACE: Cambridge, Mass.; PUBLISHER: Privately printed [by the Barta Press]; YEAR: 1934
    NOTES: Half-title: Henry Newton Comey,
                 Captain in the Second Massachusetts Regiment Volunteers.
                 A narrative sketch of his life and military career in the Civil War.

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    TITLE: In appreciation [of] Mrs. Samuel Mills Tenney.
    PLACE: Montreat, N.C.; PUBLISHER: Historical Foundation Publications; YEAR: 1943
  SUBJECT: Tenney, Mary (McWhorter) -- 1873-
    OTHER: Historical Foundation of the Presbyterian and Reformed Churches.

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    TITLE: Anniversary exercises of the Tenney Memorial Library,
                Newbury, Vermont, June 10, 1907.
    PLACE: St. Johnsbury, Vt.; PUBLISHER: The Caledonian Company; YEAR: 1908
 PUB TYPE: Book; FORMAT: 25 p. ; 22 cm.
  SUBJECT: Tenney Memorial Library  (Newbury, Vermont, USA)

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   AUTHOR: Bibza, James.
    TITLE: A critical analysis of the publications of D.P. Fuller, G.E. Ladd, I.H. Marshall and
               M.C. Tenney on the resurrection of Jesus Christ : with special attention to the problem
                of the locale of the post-resurrection appearances
    NOTES: Reproduced from typescript.  Abstract of thesis bound in.
           Thesis (Ph. D.)--Princeton Theological Seminary, 1985.
  SUBJECT: Tenney, Merrill Chapin, -- 1904-

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   AUTHOR: Farrell, William.
    TITLE: Administration and service delivery in the Supplemental Security Income Program,
                1974-83, by William Farrell, Rene Parent, and Michael Tenney. [Baltimore, Md.?] :
                 U.S. Dept. of Health and Human Services, Social Security Administration,
                   Office of Policy, Office of Research, Statistics, and International Policy, [1984?]
                   SERIES:        SSA publication ; no. 13-11955.
DOC NUMBERS:   Govt Doc No.:  HE 3.2:SU 7/2/974-83

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   AUTHOR: Spector, Scott Evan.
    TITLE: The lodge at Tenney Mountain
    NOTES: Vita.  Thesis (M.A.)--University of Maryland, College Park, 1987.

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   AUTHOR: United States. War Dept.
    TITLE: Message from the President of the United States,
                enclosing a report from the acting Secretary of War, February 21, 1801,
                 referred to Mr. Rutledge, Mr. Otis, and Mr. Tenney.
   SERIES: Early American imprints. Second series ; no. 1511.
    NOTES: "Published by order of the House of Representatives."
                 The report suggests a need for more discipline
                 and regularity in the management of the Army.
    OTHER: United States. President (1797-1801 : Adams)

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   AUTHOR: Johnson, John Anders, 1832-1901.
    TITLE: Johnson rejoins to Mr. Tenney on the subject of taxation : Madison's disadvantages.
    NOTES: From the Madison (Wisconsin) democrat, Sept. 16, 1900.

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   AUTHOR: Dunn, Samuel.
    TITLE: An elegy, on the death of four young ladies, who were drowned in a pond in Sutton,
                May 29, 1822. --viz. Miss Nancy Tenney, aged 14 years; daughter of
                 Daniel Tenney, Esq.--Miss Adeline Lumbard, aged 17 years; daughter of
                  Mr. Nathan Lumbard.--Misses Hannah G. and Mary H. Marble, aged 22 and 24 years;
                   daughters of widow Sally Marble.--All of Sutton.            PLACE: Prescott, Ma.

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    TITLE: In memoriam; Otis Seth Tenney.  Born December 4, 1822, died March 31, 1916.
    PLACE: New York; PUBLISHER: James T. White & Co.; YEAR: 1917;
                 FORMAT: [5] p. front. 18 cm.
  SUBJECT: Tenney, Otis Seth, -- 1822-1916.

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   AUTHOR: White, Isaac Cushing, 1822-1907.
    TITLE: "He was a good man, and a just" : a sermon,
               preached the first Sabbath after the death of Perley W. Tenney,
                in the Congregational Church, Newmarket, N.H., December 5, 1869
    PLACE: Boston; PUBLISHER: Press of T.R. Marvin & Son; YEAR: 1870
    NOTES: Cover title: Memorial of Perley W. Tenney.

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   AUTHOR: Wheeler, John, 1798-1860.
    TITLE: Obituary notice of R.P.J. Tenney, M.D.
    PLACE: Pittsfield, N.H.; PUBLISHER: Printed Daniel T. Neal; YEAR: 1877
    NOTES: Cover title: In memoriam.  "From the transactions of the New Hampshire
                 Medical Society. Read at the annual meeting, June 19, 1877."
  SUBJECT: Tenney, Richard Perley Jewett, -- 1810-1876.

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     ERIC NO: EJ210466
      AUTHOR: Tenney, Richard W.
       TITLE: Non-Formal Education: Changing the Practices of the Guatamalan Maya.
        YEAR: July 1979; SOURCE: Agricultural Education Magazine (v52 n1 p12-13,21 Jul 1979)
  MAJOR DESC: Agricultural Education; Developing Nations;
                           Nonformal Education; Rural Extension
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    ERIC NO: ED205704
      AUTHOR: Tenney, Richard W., Ed.; And Others
       TITLE: Innovative Teaching Ideas. A Sharing of Teaching Tips, Ideas and Methods.
        YEAR: [1981]; MAJOR DESC: Agricultural Education; Agricultural Production;
                                                      Agricultural Skills; Farm Management;
                                                       Teaching Methods; Vocational Education

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    TITLE: 1966-67 National Teacher of the Year Mr. Roger Tenney,
                director of vocal music, Owatonna, Minnesota [USA]. High School Choir.
    PLACE: Waseca, Minn.; PUBLISHER: Century Records
 PUB TYPE: Recording; FORMAT: 2 sound discs : 33 1/3 rpm ; 12 in.
    NOTES: Title on container: The impossible dream.
                  Coverage of Roger Tenney and the Owatonna High School Choir's
                  trip to Washington, D.C., April 17-19, 1967,
                  where Tenney was named U.S. Teacher of the Year.

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    TITLE: Biographical sketch of Rollin Q. Tenney.
    PLACE: Fort Collins, Colo.; YEAR: 1918
  SUBJECT: Tenney, Rollin Quartus, -- 1838-     .   Larimer County (Colo.) -- History.

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   AUTHOR: Tenney, Ruth M., 1921-1993.
    TITLE: Ruth M. Tenney papers
     YEAR: 1967 1973; PUB TYPE: Archive/Manuscript Control; FORMAT: 7 linear ft. (15 boxes)
    NOTES: Correspondence, reports, minutes, publications, and other materials relating to
                 Ms. Tenney's activities with various citizens' groups and non-profit organizations.
  SUBJECT:  Detroit (Mich.). -- Neighborhood Services Dept.

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GOVDOC NO: C 57.11:77-64
   AUTHOR: Tenney, S. Dickson
    TITLE: Marketing in the United Arab Emirates.
    PLACE: Washington; PUBLISHER: Dept. of Commerce, Domestic and International Business
                  Administration, Bureau of International Commerce, Commerce Action Group for the
                  Near East : for sale by the Supt. of Docs., U.S. Govt. Print. Off.; YEAR: 1977

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   AUTHOR: Tenney, Samuel, 1777-1854.
    TITLE: Genealogical data concerning the family of Captain Edward Brown of Newbury,  Mass.,
                 . . .  from the manuscript autobiography of Samuel Tenney of Newburyport
                 and Boston, containing an interesting account of an eccentric member
                 of the family who was considered by some to have been the victim of witchcraft.
    PLACE: Mills, Massachusetts; PUBLISHER: W.F. Tenney; YEAR: 1913
    NOTES: Microfilm. New York : New York Public Library, 1982.   (MN *ZZ-19035)
    OTHER: Tenney, Wallace Fay, 1871-  ed.

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    TITLE: In appreciation [of] Mrs. Samuel Mills Tenney.
    PLACE: Montreat, N.C.; PUBLISHER: Historical Foundation Publications; YEAR: 1943
  SUBJECT: Tenney, Mary (McWhorter) -- 1873-
    OTHER: Historical Foundation of the Presbyterian and Reformed Churches.

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   AUTHOR: Chadbourne, Paul A. (Paul Ansel), 1823-1883.
    TITLE: Discourse commemorative of the late Professor Sandborn Tenney of Williams College,
    PLACE: New York; PUBLISHER: G.P. Putnam's Sons; YEAR: 1877
  SUBJECT: Tenney, Sanborn, -- 1827-1877.

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GOVDOC NO: TD 8.2:B 73/3
   AUTHOR: Tenney, Stephen M.
    TITLE: Toward a low cost highly reliable anti-lock brake system for small motorcycles.
    PLACE: Washington : Springfield, Va. :
PUBLISHER: Dept. of Transportation, National Highway Traffic Safety
           Administration ; for sale by the National Technical Information Service; YEAR: 1977
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GOVDOC NO: TD 8.2:M 85/17
   AUTHOR: Tenney, Stephen M.
    TITLE: Development of a low cost anti-lock brake system for small motorcycles.
    PLACE: Washington, D.C. : Springfield, Va. :
PUBLISHER: The Administration ; National Technical Information Service; YEAR: 1978

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   AUTHOR: Hoople, Sally C. (Sally Judith Crosby)
    TITLE: Tabitha Tenney : Female quixotism
    NOTES: Thesis (Ph. D.)--Fordham, 1984.
  SUBJECT: Tenney, Tabitha, -- 1762-1837. -- Female quixotism.

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 AUTHOR: Tenney, M. J. (Martha Jane), b. 1832.
    TITLE: The Tenney Family : or,
                The descendants of Thomas Tenney, of Rowley, Mass., 1638-1890
    PLACE: Newburyport, MA; PUBLISHER: Parker River Researchers; YEAR: 1985 1891;
                 PUB TYPE: Book
   FORMAT: 707 p. col. front. (coat of arms) plates, ports. 24 cm.
    NOTES: Boston, American printing and engraving, 1891.
                 Reprint. Originally published: Boston, Mass.
                 American Printing and graving, 1891. Includes indexes.

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   AUTHOR: Cox, Alice Macy Ray.
    TITLE: The portrait painting Tenneys of Mosse Mountain*
                Adna Tenney and his nephew Ulysses Dow.
    NOTES: "Historical Society Tour of Tenney portraits, led by Charlotte Morrison."
                  Paper read July 23, 1963, at the Hanover Historical Society meeting,
                  Trumbull Hall, Etna, N.H.
  SUBJECT: Tenney, Ada -- 1810-1900.     Tenney, Ulysses Dow, -- 1826-1908.

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   AUTHOR: Tenney, Samuel, 1777-1854.
    TITLE: Genealogical data concerning the family of Captain Edward Brown
                of Newbury, Mass.  . . .  from the manuscript autobiography
                 of Samuel Tenney of Newburyport and Boston, containing an interesting account
                  of an eccentric member of the family who was considered
                   by some to have been the victim of witchcraft.
    PLACE: Mills, Massachusetts; PUBLISHER: W.F. Tenney; YEAR: 1913
    NOTES: Microfilm. New York : New York Public Library, 1982. (MN *ZZ-19035)
    OTHER: Tenney, Wallace Fay, 1871-  ed.

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     ERIC NO: EJ067740
      AUTHOR: Tenney, Webster
       TITLE: Jamaica's Youth Camps: A Chance To Catch Up
        YEAR: Dec 1972; SOURCE: American Vocational Journal (47; 9; 25-26)

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     ERIC NO: EJ171608
      AUTHOR: Tenney, William
       TITLE: Career Exploration for the College-Bound
        YEAR: Feb 1978; SOURCE: Phi Delta Kappan (59; 6; 405-7)

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   AUTHOR: Tenney, William Alfred, 1827-
    TITLE: Sketch of the life of Mrs. Abby W. Tenney :
 PUB TYPE: Archive/Manuscript Control
    NOTES: Her life as the wife of a Congregational minister and missionary
                 in Oregon and California from 1856 until her death in 1904.
  SUBJECT: Tenney, Abigail Woodward Davison, -- 1828-1904.

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   AUTHOR: Tenney, William H.
    TITLE: Report of William H. Tenney, Clerk of the Commissioners
               of the sinking fund of Georgetown, D.C., to Dec. 31, 1865.
    PLACE: Georgetown, D.C.; PUBLISHER: Georgetown Courier Print.; YEAR: 1866

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    TITLE: Dedication of the new house of worship of the First Congregational Church,
               Olivet, Michigan, and installation of Rev. William L. Tenney,
                 as pastor, Wednesday, June 20, 1894, 9 o'clock a.m.
    PLACE: Olivet, Mich.; PUBLISHER: Press of Frank N. Green; YEAR: 1894

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     ERIC NO: EJ114662
      AUTHOR: Tenney, Yvette J.
       TITLE: The Child's Conception of Organization and Recall
        YEAR: Feb 1975; SOURCE: Journal of Experimental Child Psychology (19; 1; 100-114)
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    ERIC NO: ED170070
      AUTHOR: Sheingold, Karen; Tenney, Yvette J.
       TITLE: Memory for a Salient Childhood Event.
        YEAR: Mar 1979; ABSTRACT: This study is concerned with how much children
                    remember about a salient event in their life, how much is forgotten over time,
                     and whether age at the time of the event affects how much is remembered.
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    ERIC NO: ED277998
      AUTHOR: Tenney, Yvette J.
       TITLE: Predicting Reports of a Personal Event. Technical Report No.  387.
        YEAR: Jun 1986; MAJOR DESC: Cognitive Processes; Discourse Analysis;
                    Interpersonal Communication; Memory; Personal Narratives; Predictive Measurement
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GOVDOC NO: NAS 1.26:4451
    TITLE: A principled approach to the measurement of situation awareness
                in commercial aviation (microform)
    PLACE: [Washington, DC] : [Springfield, Va.; PUBLISHER: National Aeronautics and Space
                  Administration, Office of Management, Scientific and Technical Information Program ;
                  National Technical Information Service, distributor]; YEAR: 1992
    OTHER: Tenney, Yvette J.
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GOVDOC NO: NAS 1.26:4669
   AUTHOR: Tenney, Yvette J.
    TITLE: Pilot opinions on high level flight deck automation issues ([microform] :) toward the
                development of a design philosophy
    PLACE: Hampton, Va. : Springfield, VA; PUBLISHER: National Aeronautics and Space
                  Administration, Langley Research Center ;
                   National Technical Information Service distributor
     YEAR: 1995


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AUTHOR: Davidson, Faye Tennyson.
    TITLE: Tennis/Tennisson/Tennyson genealogy
    PLACE: Bolivar, TN.; PUBLISHER: F.T. Davidson; YEAR: 1991
 PUB TYPE: Book; FORMAT: v, 156 p. : coat of arms ; 28 cm.; NOTES: "Privately printed."
  SUBJECT: Tennyson Family.

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TITLE: The Dennis and Tennison Families of North Carolina,
            Tennessee, Texas, Missouri and other states
    PLACE: Lexington, NC.; PUBLISHER: S. Green; YEAR: 1987;
                 PUB TYPE: Book; FORMAT: 223 p.
  SUBJECT:  Tennison, John -- Family.   Tennyson Family.
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AUTHOR: Green, Sue (Carolyn Sue Dennis), 1948-
    TITLE: The Dennis and Tennison Families of Caswell County, North Carolina
                and Overton County, Tennessee and the states of Missouri, Illinois,
                 Texas and others : with relating family reference
    PLACE: Lexington, NC.; PUBLISHER: S. Green; YEAR: 1994

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  AUTHOR: Lucy, Gregory Ramsey, 1912-
    TITLE: The Lucy family; and the Families of . . . , Tennison, . . .
    PLACE: Webster Groves, Mo.; YEAR: 1969

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AUTHOR: Smith, Ralph D.
    TITLE: The Tennison Family of southern Maryland :
               being the first three generations of the Tennison Family
                in St. Mary's and Charles counties, Maryland (1650-1770),
                 together with earlier records of the Dennis family in Virginia
    PLACE: Daytona Beach, FL (4238 S. Peninsula Dr., Daytona Beach 32127) :
PUBLISHER: R.D. Smith; YEAR: 1997; PUB TYPE: Book; FORMAT: ii, 190 p. ; 28 cm.
    NOTES: "Allied families: Brooks, Burch, Cheshire, Cooksey,
           Dement/Diamond, Gresham, Lemaster, Mansell/Mansfield, Noe, Scott, Shanks, Williams."
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AUTHOR: Smith, Ralph D.
    TITLE: Abraham Lemaster (1638-1722) of Charles Co. MD and his descendants
     YEAR: 1997 9999; NOTES:  v. 1. Records of Abraham Lemaster and his children,
                  who married into the Barron, Cooksey, Noe, Tennison and Ward Families.


 

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AUTHOR: Murray, Jim.
    TITLE: Tealby gleanings : tales of a Lincolnshire village
    PLACE: Tealby; PUBLISHER: Bayons Books; YEAR: 1995
  SUBJECT: Tennyson D'Eyncourt (Family)
 
 

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TITLE: Records on the Tennyson Family.
     YEAR: ? 1900 1991; PUB TYPE: Book; FORMAT: 28 items.

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AUTHOR: Davidson, Faye Tennyson.
    TITLE: Tennis/Tennisson/Tennyson genealogy
    PLACE: Bolivar, TN.; PUBLISHER: F.T. Davidson; YEAR: 1991
 PUB TYPE: Book; FORMAT: v, 156 p. : coat of arms ; 28 cm.; NOTES: "Privately printed."
  SUBJECT: Tennyson Family.

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TITLE: The Dennis and Tennison Families of North Carolina,
            Tennessee, Texas, Missouri and other states
    PLACE: Lexington, NC.; PUBLISHER: S. Green; YEAR: 1987;
                 PUB TYPE: Book; FORMAT: 223 p.
  SUBJECT:  Tennison, John -- Family.   Tennyson Family.

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TITLE: Letters to a tutor : the Tennyson family letters to Henry Graham Dakyns, (1861-1911)
    PLACE: Metuchen ; London; PUBLISHER: Scarecrow; YEAR: 1988
  SUBJECT: Tennyson family.
           Tennyson family -- History.
           England -- Tennyson family, history
    OTHER: Tennyson, Audrey Georgina Florence Boyle, Lady, 1854-1915. Death-bed diary.

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AUTHOR: Tennyson, Charles, Sir, 1879-
    TITLE: The Somersby Tennysons.
    PLACE: Bloomington, Ind.; PUBLISHER: Victorian Studies; YEAR: 1963
   SERIES: Publications of the Tennyson Society, no. 1
    NOTES: The Frederick Tennyson collection was purchased
                  by the Lilly Library of Indiana University.
  SUBJECT: Tennyson, Alfred Tennyson, -- Baron, -- 1809-1892.    Tennyson family.
    OTHER: Tennyson, Frederick, 1807-1898.

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AUTHOR: Tennyson, Emily Sellwood Tennyson, Baroness, 1813-1896.
    TITLE: The letters of Emily Lady Tennyson
     YEAR: 1971 1970; PUB TYPE: Book; FORMAT: lxvi, 692 leaves ; 28 cm.
    NOTES: Thesis (Ph. D.)--University of Virginia, 1970.
  SUBJECT: Tennyson, Alfred Tennyson, -- Baron, -- 1809-1892 -- Biography.
           Tennyson, Emily Sellwood Tennyson, -- Baroness, -- 1813-1896.
           Tennyson family.

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AUTHOR: Tennyson, Hallam Tennyson, Baron, 1852-1928.
    TITLE: Alfred Lord Tennyson : a memoir
    PLACE: New York; PUBLISHER: Macmillan Co.; YEAR: 1898
    NOTES: Includes many letters by Tennyson and others,
                 and recollections by his personal friends.
                 Microfiche. Ann Arbor, Mich. : UMI, 1995. 13 microfiche ; 11 x 15 cm.
                 (Genealogy and local history ; G6489)
  SUBJECT: Tennyson, Alfred Tennyson, -- Baron, -- 1809-1892.   Tennyson family.

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AUTHOR: Tennyson Research Centre (Lincoln, England)
    TITLE: Tennyson in Lincoln; a catalogue of the collections in the Research Centre
    PLACE: Lincoln, England; PUBLISHER: Tennyson Society; YEAR: 1971 9999
 PUB TYPE: Book; FORMAT: v.    26 cm.
  SUBJECT: Tennyson, Alfred Tennyson, -- Baron, -- 1809-1892 --
           Tennyson family -- Bibliography -- Catalogs.

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TITLE: Coke County (Texas) [USA] photograph collection, 1890-1970.
 PUB TYPE: Audiovisual; SERIES: Southwest Collection photograph collection ; no. 29, E1-E7.
    NOTES: Collection contains a photograph of construction
                 of the Orient Railroad to Tennyson, Texas
 

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    TITLE: [Sheet music file : sacred songs, composers Sq-Tz].  YEAR: 1874 1942
 PUB TYPE: Musical Score.  FORMAT: <38    > pieces in container ; 30-35 cm.
    NOTES: Title supplied by cataloger. . . . / Tinney -- Consider the lilies / . . .
  SUBJECT: Sacred songs with piano.

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   AUTHOR: Tinney, Andree Riso.
    TITLE: Role et influence des pretres dans les romans de Stendhal.
    NOTES: Thesis (M.A.)--University of Georgia, 1962.

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   AUTHOR: Tinney, Arthur Cassel.
    TITLE: The analysis of rolling element bearing vibration diagnostic techniques.
     YEAR: 1973; NOTES: Thesis (M. S.) - Ohio State University; SUBJECT: Ball-bearings

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   AUTHOR: Tinney, Brooke Merrill.
    TITLE: The effects of deinking on the coating compounds used on carbonless business forms
     YEAR: 1991; NOTES: Typescript.  Thesis (M.S.)--Rochester Institute of Technology, 19xx.

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   AUTHOR: Tinney, Calvin, 1908-
    TITLE: Is it true what they say about Landon?  A non-partisan portrait
    PLACE: New York; PUBLISHER: The Wise-Parslow company; YEAR: 1936
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   TITLE: Stop me if you've heard this one
    PLACE: New York; PUBLISHER: Permabooks;
                 YEAR: 1948; SUBJECT: American wit and humor.
    OTHER:  Tinney, Calvin, b. 1908.

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   AUTHOR: Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus, 1756-1791.
    TITLE: WNYC: Mozart/24 Feb. 91.
    PLACE: Williamsville, NY; YEAR: 1991
 PUB TYPE: Recording; FORMAT: 1 sound cassette : analog, stereo.
    NOTES: Liturgical works for chorus and orchestra.
                 Sung in Latin. 2nd work sung in English.
                 Title on container: Mozart: Music for the sacred liturgies.
                 Carolyn Tinney, soprano; Denise Blackmore, mezzo; Timothy
                 Schuman, tenor; Michael Harris, bass; The Western New York
                 Chorale; unidentified orchestra; Herbert Tinney, conductor.

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   AUTHOR: Tinney, Charles E.
    TITLE: The lion heart
    PLACE: London; PUB TYPE: Musical Score
NOTES:  First line of text: Name, shining bright in chivalry's story.
 MUSIC NO: H & C.2511; Hopwood & Crew; SUBJECT: Songs with piano.  Ballads, English.

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   AUTHOR: Tinney, Charles E.
    TITLE: Peace I leave with you; sacred song
         PUBLISHED: Boston, A.P. Schmidt [c1887]; PHYSICAL DETAILS: 7 p. 35 cm.
LOCATION: Stanford University Libraries

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   AUTHOR: Tinney, Charles Evan, 1940-
    TITLE: Rate effects in isolated piokilothermic hearts induced by microwave irradiation.
    PLACE: Salt Lake City
    NOTES: Vita: last leaf.  Thesis (Ph. D. 1974)--Dept. of Electrical Engineering, University of Utah.

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   AUTHOR: Tinney, Christine Marie.
    TITLE: Protein and NDGA content of creosote bush in relation to precipitation
    NOTES: Thesis (M.S.)--Sul Ross State University, 1986.

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      AUTHOR: Crane, P.; edt
       TITLE: The Bottom of the Main Sequence - & Beyond; Proceedings of the ESO Workshop
                   Held in Garching, Germany, 10-12 August 1994
     IMPRINT: New York : Springer-Verlag New York, Incorporated, June 1995
   SERIES: ESO Astrophysics Symposia Ser.; SUBJECT: Stars
 CONTRIBUTOR: Tinney, Christopher G., 1964- ; edt

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   AUTHOR: Tinney, Claus, 1932-
    TITLE: Die Studentenstory :  Roman
    PLACE: Wien; PUBLISHER: P. Neff; YEAR: 1959

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     TITLE: Using dBase 5 for Windows
    PLACE: Indianapolis, IN.; PUBLISHER: Que; YEAR: 1994
  SUBJECT: dBASE V (Computer file); OTHER: Tinney, Diane.
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AUTHOR: Tinney, Diane
       TITLE: Paradox for Windows Programming by Example
     IMPRINT: Indianapolis : Que, Jan. 1995
     SUBJECT: Technology - - Computers and Computer Technology

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   AUTHOR: Fox, Jon Gilbert.
    TITLE: Vermonters
    PLACE: Woodstock, Vt.; PUBLISHER: Countryman Press; YEAR: 1985
  SUBJECT: Vermont -- Social life and customs.  Vermont -- Biography.
    OTHER: Tinney, Donald L.

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   AUTHOR: Phelps, William Lyon
    TITLE: Letter, 1939 May 24, New Haven, Conn. [to] Dorinda Tinney, Strasburg, Pa.
    PLACE: 1 leaf ; PUB TYPE: Archive/Manuscript Control
    NOTES: From the professor of English at Yale University commenting on their being brought up
                 on "trash" and that his wife, before her death, was able to read "the complete book."
                 Apparently a reply to Miss Tinney's admiration of his autobiography.
  SUBJECT: Tinney, Dorinda.

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   AUTHOR: Tinney, E. Herbert.
    TITLE: A cash flow analysis of twenty gas utilities
    NOTES: Typescript. Thesis (M.B.A.)--University of Wisconsin--Madison, 1962.

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   AUTHOR: Tinney, Edwy Roy.
    TITLE: Experimental and analytical studies of dihedral hydrofoils
PUBLISHER: St. Anthony Falls Hydraulic Lab., Univ. of Minnesota; YEAR: 1954
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  AUTHOR: Tinney, Edwy Roy.
    TITLE: A study of the mechanics of degradation
                of a bed of uniform sediment in an open channel.
     YEAR: 1955; SUBJECT: Sedimentation and deposition. Rivers.
    NOTES: Thesis (Ph. D.)--University of Minnesota.
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TITLE: Comissao do Vale do Sao Francisco Tres Marias Project :
            spillway model studies
PUBLISHER: Division of Industrial Research, State College of Washington
     YEAR: 1958; OTHER: Tinney E. Roy.
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AUTHOR: Tinney, Edwy Roy.
    TITLE: Hydraulic model studies for Karnfuli project spillway
    PLACE: Pullman, Wash.;
                 PUBLISHER: Division of Industrial Research, State College of Washington.
     YEAR: 1958
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AUTHOR: Copp, Howard D.
    TITLE: Spillway model studies for the Oxbow hydroelectric development,
                Idaho Power Company, Boise, Idaho
    PLACE: Pullman; PUBLISHER: Division of Industrial Research, State College of Washington
     YEAR: 1958; OTHER: Tinney, Edwy Roy.
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  AUTHOR: Copp, Howard D.
    TITLE: Hydraulic model studies of the Noxon Rapids stilling basin
PUBLISHER: Washington State University, Division of Industrial Research,
     YEAR: 1960
    OTHER: Tinney, Edwy Roy.
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  AUTHOR: Bloomsburg, George L.
    TITLE: Reynolds Creek Experimental Watershed flume calibration studies :
               interim report to Agricultural Research Service; PLACE: Pullman, Wash. :
PUBLISHER: Division of Industrial Research, Institute of Technology, Washington State University
     YEAR: 1960.  OTHER: Tinney, Edwy Roy
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  AUTHOR: Copp, Howard D.
    TITLE: Wells hydroelectric project : spillway model studies
    PLACE: Pullman; PUBLISHER: R.L. Albrook Hydraulic Laboratory, Washington State University
     YEAR: 1960.  OTHER: Tinney, E. Roy
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   AUTHOR: Tinney, Edwy Roy.
    TITLE: Chungju model studies for Bechtel Corporation
    PLACE: Pullman; PUBLISHER: Division of Industrial Research, Institute of Technology,
                  Washington State University; YEAR: 1961
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AUTHOR: Bloomsburg, George L.
    TITLE: Hydraulic model studies of the Round Butte Tunnel Spillway; final report.
    PLACE: Pullman; PUBLISHER: Division of Industrial Research, Institute of Technology,
           Washington State University
     YEAR: 1961; OTHER: Tinney, Edwy Roy.
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AUTHOR: Tinney, Edwy Roy.
    TITLE: Mechanics of washout of an erodible fuse plug
    PLACE: Pullman, Wash.;
                 PUBLISHER: Division of Industrial Research, State College of Washington
     YEAR: 1961
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   AUTHOR: Gladwell, John S.
    TITLE: Round Butte penstock trifurcation : submitted to Portland General Electric Company
    PLACE: Pullman, Wash.; PUBLISHER: Division of Industrial Research, Institute of Technology,
           Washington State University; YEAR: 1962
    OTHER: Tinney, Edwy Roy.
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 AUTHOR: Gladwell, John S.
    TITLE: Umpqua estuary model study
    PLACE: Pullman; PUBLISHER: R.L. Albrook Hydraulic Laboratory, Division of Industrial Research,
            Washington State University; YEAR: 1962; OTHER: Tinney, Edwy Roy.
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  AUTHOR: Crosby, James W.
    TITLE: Hydraulic model studies of rock traps,
    PLACE: Pullman; PUBLISHER: Division of Industrial Research, Institute of Technology,
             Washington State University; YEAR: 1963; OTHER: Tinney, Edwy Roy.
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AUTHOR: Tinney, Edwy Roy.
    TITLE: Hydraulic model studies, Wells hydroelectric project.
    PLACE: Pullman, Wash.;
                 PUBLISHER: Washington State University, Division of Industrial Research
     YEAR: 1963 07
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 AUTHOR: Universities Council on Water Resources.
    TITLE: Correspondence re membership, committees, and other miscellany.
     YEAR: 1964 1967; PUB TYPE: Archive/Manuscript Control
    NOTES: Typescript.  Minutes, Executive Board Meeting,
                 1965-1966. -- Report on Universities Council
                 on Water Resources Standing Committees / by E. Roy Tinney, 1965.
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AUTHOR: Sutherland, Robert A.
    TITLE: Hydraulic model studies of the Hells Canyon hydroelectric project
    PLACE: Pullman, Wash.;
                 PUBLISHER: Division of Industrial Research, Washington State University
     YEAR: 1964; OTHER: Tinney, Edwy Roy.
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  AUTHOR: Tinney, Edwy Roy, ed.
    TITLE: Supplementary hydraulic model tests of the sound suppressor inlet,
    PLACE: Pullman;
                 PUBLISHER: R.L. Albrook Hydraulic Laboratory, Division of Industrial Research,
             Washington State University; YEAR: 1965
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   AUTHOR: Tinney, Edwy Roy.
    TITLE: Columbia River diversion -- boon or banes?
    NOTES: Delivered at the Fall Conference
                 of the American Water Works Association-California Section,
                 Los Angeles, California, October 26, 1966.
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AUTHOR: Washington State University. College of Engineering. Research Division.
    TITLE: Analytical and experimental studies of sound suppressor components for NASA
                rocket engine test stands.
    PLACE: Pullman; PUBLISHER: Technical Extension Service, Washington State University
     YEAR: 1967; OTHER: Tinney, Edwy Roy, ed.
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AUTHOR: State of Washington Water Research Center.
    TITLE: Digest of An initial study of the water resources of the State of Washington
    PLACE: Pullman; YEAR: 1967; OTHER: Tinney, Edwy Roy.
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AUTHOR: Copp, Howard D.
    TITLE: Stream gaging weirs for Reynolds Creek experimental watershed
    PLACE: Pullman; PUBLISHER: Technical Extension Service, Washington State University
     YEAR: 1967; OTHER: Tinney, Edwy Roy.
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  AUTHOR: Seminar on the Continental Use of Arctic-Flowing Rivers (1968 : Pullman, Wash.)
    TITLE: Proceedings of the seminar series on the continental use of arctic-flowing rivers,
                April 1 to May 20, 1968, Pullman, Washington.  PLACE: Wenatchee, Wash.
     YEAR: 1968.  OTHER: Tinney, Edwy Roy

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   AUTHOR: Tinney, Elizabeth A.
    TITLE: Daoism and Zen in American dressage
    NOTES: Thesis (M.A.)--University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 1993.

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   AUTHOR: Tinney, Ethel
    TITLE: Women of the Bible, in verse.
 PLACE: New York; PUBLISHER: Pagent Press; YEAR: 1953

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    TITLE: [Piano quadrilles]; YEAR: ? 1800 1899
 PUB TYPE: Musical Score; FORMAT: 3-46 + p. of music ; 27 cm.
    NOTES: Quadrilles arr. for piano. / F.G. Tinney -- The Glasgow quadrille /

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    AUTHOR: Tinney, F. G.
    TITLE: Great Eastern : waltzes for the piano-forte with cornet accompaniment composed
                and dedicated to George Macfarlane, Esqre., band master of the Great Eastern
         PUBLISHED: [London? : s. n., 184-?];
                             PHYSICAL DETAILS: 1 Score ([2], 1-8 p.) : col. ill. ; 34 cm.
LOCATION: New York State Library
 

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   AUTHOR: Brehm, Elsie Lee
    TITLE: Ancestors and descendents of Minerva Arthur Bliss :
                with data on related families, Dunning, Lee, Tenney, Wise
PUBLISHER: Brehm; YEAR: 1963; SUBJECT: Tinney Family

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   AUTHOR: Blalock, Delton D. (Delton Dennis), 1940-
    TITLE: Daniel, Bradberry, Doss, Tinney, Puckett, Gibbs, Pirkle, Alewine,
                Dunkin, Reid, Harrison, McDonald, Ussery, Chairs, Thomas, Coursey,
                  McDowell, Privett, Moore, Kinney, Turner : families of western Georgia
                   & Randolph, Cleburne, Cullman, and Marion Counties, Alabama
    PLACE: Chantilly, Va.; PUBLISHER: D.D. Blalock; YEAR: 1980
   FORMAT: ii, 258 p., [4] p. of plates : geneal. tables ; 29 cm.; SUBJECT: Tinney Family

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   AUTHOR: Jones, David M.
    TITLE: A Canadian Migration, Volume II
    PLACE: United States; YEAR: 1965; PUB TYPE: Book; FORMAT: 319 p. ; 30 cm.
  SUBJECT: Tinney Family.  Meisser family.  Parker, Smith, Warner, and Company (Duluth, Minn.).
                    Alberta Railway and Irrigation Company.  Wheat farmers -- Alberta -- Warner.
                    Frontier and pioneer life -- Alberta -- Warner.  Wabasha (Minn.) -- Biography.
                    Alma (Wis.) -- Biography.  Warner (Alta.) -- Biography.
                    Luck Strike Region (Alta.) -- Biography.

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   AUTHOR: Roberts, Imagene Conro.
    TITLE: Roberts, Tinney, Ridgeway
    PLACE: [Austin, Tex.] (8613 Honeysuckle Trail, Austin 78759); PUBLISHER: I.C. Roberts
     YEAR: 1993; PUB TYPE: Book; FORMAT: xii, 260 leaves : ill. ; 29 cm.; NOTES: Includes index.
  SUBJECT: Roberts family.  Tinney Family.  Ridgway family.

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   AUTHOR: Shaw, Lucius.
     YEAR: 1833 18--; PUB TYPE: Archive/Manuscript Control; FORMAT: 36 v. and 4 folders.
    NOTES: . . . and genealogical materials on the Cuff, Powers, and Tinney Families.
           Hotel keeper, of Middlebury, Vt.; SUBJECT: Tinney family -- Genealogy.

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   AUTHOR: Tinney Family.
     YEAR: 1836 1983; PUB TYPE: Archive/Manuscript Control; FORMAT: .4 linear ft.
    NOTES: Correspondence, insurance policies, teaching certificates,
           photos, and other materials, relating to farming, daily life in
           the county, education, travel, local politics, and Tinny, Ohio.
           Family members include Stephen (1799-1848) and Julia Scott (1797-
           1848) Tinney; son, Darwin Scott Tinney (1826-1893), his wife,
           Sarah Wiggins Tinney, and their children, Almeda Ann and Frank
           Jay (1853-1900) Tinney, and Eulalie Adelaide (Tinney) Aldrich
           (1857-1931) and her husband, George F. Aldrich (1857-1920); son,
           Edwin C. Tinney (1828-1900), and wife, Catherine (Wiggins) Tinney
           (1837-1900); and son, Jackson Tinney (1832-1891), and his son,
           Alfred W. Tinney (1864-1951).
           Farmers and teachers, of Scott Township and Sandusky County, Ohio.
    TITLE: Papers, 1836-1983 (bulk 1836-1944).
LOCATION: Library of Congress - NUCMC

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   AUTHOR: Tinney, Thomas Milton, [Sr.] 1941-
    TITLE: The Adamic Lineage, the Royal Lineages, the Ancestral Lineages
               of Thomas Milton Tinney, [Sr.] of Ohio, Utah & California. [USA]
     YEAR: 1971; PUB TYPE: Book; FORMAT: [4], 8 l. 28 cm.  SUBJECT: Tinney Family.

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    TITLE: Tinney-Green(e) Family Organization Newsletter.
    PLACE: Salt Lake City, Utah [USA].  YEAR: 1972 9999
 PUB TYPE: Serial; FORMAT: v. 28 cm.
FREQUENCY: Monthly, Mar. 1975- <Dec. 1975>; Quarterly, June 1972- Dec. 1974
NUMBERING: June 1972-    ; NOTES: Title varies slightly.
  SUBJECT: Tinney Family -- Periodicals.
                   EDITOR: June 1972- Tinney, Thomas Milton, [Sr.] 1941-

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 AUTHOR: Tinney, Thomas Milton, [Sr.] 1941-
    TITLE: The Teney, Tenney, Tenneyson, Tennison, Tiney, Tinn, Tinne, Tinney, Tinneyson,
               Tinning, Tinnison, Tinny, (and some variations) Family Record KEY.
    PLACE: Bountiful, Utah; PUBLISHER: Tinney; YEAR: 1975; PUB TYPE: Book
   FORMAT: 2 v. : ill., maps ; 29 cm.; 
                   SUBJECT: Tinney Family.  OTHER: Teney, Tenney, Tenneyson ...
 
 
 

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   AUTHOR: Tinney, Francis John.
    TITLE: Solubility and stability of medicinals in Fluorocarbons.
    NOTES: Thesis (M.S.)--St. John's University, 1961.

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   AUTHOR: Tinney, Francis John, 1937-
    TITLE: Synthesis and antimicrobial properties of some steroidal amines and amides
    NOTES: Typescript. Vita.  Thesis (Ph. D.)--University of Maryland, 1966.

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AUTHOR: Tinney, Francis John.
    TITLE: The Federal circuit's approach to the use of objective factors
                in the determination of obviousness
    NOTES: Typescript.  Thesis (LL. M.)--Wayne State University, 1992.

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AUTHOR: Strasser, Fred.
     TITLE: Baby, save your kisses for me / words by Frank Tinney ;  music by Fred Strasser.
         PUBLISHED: New York : Harry Von Tilzer, c1911.
  PHYSICAL DETAILS: 1 score (5 p.) ; 35 cm.
LOCATION: San Francisco Public Library
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  AUTHOR: Tinney, Frank.
    TITLE: Frank Tinney's first record
    PLACE: [New York]; PUBLISHER: Columbia; YEAR: 1915
 PUB TYPE: Recording; FORMAT: on 1 side of 1 sound disc : analog, 78 rpm, mono. ; 10 in.
    NOTES: Genre: American wit and humor ; Humorous dialogue.
                 With: Frank Tinney's second record.
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AUTHOR: Tinney, Frank.
    TITLE: Frank Tinney's second record original.
    PLACE: [New York]; PUBLISHER: Columbia; YEAR: 1915
 PUB TYPE: Recording; FORMAT: on 1 side of 1 sound disc : analog, 78 rpm, mono. ; 10 in.
    NOTES: Genre: American wit and humor ; Humorous dialogue.
                 With: Frank Tinney's first record  / Tinney and Hobart.
                  Performed by Frank Tinney and Chas. A. Prince.
                  Presents a humorous skit about the difference between performing
                  for a recording session and performing for an audience.
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   TITLE: American vaude and variety
    PLACE: Toronto; PUBLISHER: Rococo; YEAR: 1972
 PUB TYPE: Recording; FORMAT: 1 sound disc : analog, 33 1/3 rpm, mono. ; 12 in.
   SERIES: Famous voices of the past
    NOTES: Humorous sketches and songs; in part with orchestra. Title on container:
                  American vaudeville and variety.  "Reprocessed with high fidelity equipment."
                  Program notes by Ed. Manning ([8] p.) inserted in container.
                  / Williams (Bert Williams) -- Frank Tinney's first record / Tinney
                  (Frank Tinney with Charles A. Prince) -- Has anybody here seen Kelly?

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   AUTHOR: Tinney, Frank Michael.
    TITLE: Student participation in extracurricular activities in Alabama's public secondary schools :
           right or privilege?
    NOTES: Typescript.  Thesis (Ed. D.)--University of Alabama, 1989.

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   AUTHOR: Tinney, Franklin Albert, 1947-
    TITLE: Comparative analysis of the Keymath Diagnostic Arithmetic Test and the California
                Arithmetic Test to determine concurrent validity.
     YEAR: 1973; NOTES: Typescript.  Vita.  Thesis (M.A.) - University of Maryland, College Park.

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   AUTHOR: Tinney, Fred W.
    TITLE: Chromosome numbers in different forms of pelargoniums
    NOTES: Thesis (M.S.)--University of Oklahoma, 1931.

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   AUTHOR: Tinney, Gladys R.
    TITLE: Occupational maturity of educable mentally retarded students
    NOTES: Typescript (photocopy).  Thesis (Ph. D.)--Kansas State University, 1973.

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   AUTHOR: Institute on Mining Health, Safety and Research (23rd : 1992 : Blacksburg, Va.)
    TITLE: Proceedings of the twenty-third annual Institute on Mining Health,
               Safety and Research : Blacksburg, Virginia, August 24-26, 1992
PUBLISHER: Dept. of Mining and Minerals Engineering,
                     Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University
     YEAR: 1992; OTHER: Tinney, Glenn R.
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   AUTHOR: Institute on Mining Health, Safety and Research (24th : 1993 : Blacksburg, Va.)
    TITLE: Proceedings of the Twenty-fourth Annual Institute on Mining Health,
              Safety and Research : Blacksburg, Virginia, August 30-September 1, 1993 /
              PLACE: Blacksburg, Va. :
PUBLISHER: Dept. of Mining and Minerals Engineering,
                     Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University,
     YEAR: 1993; SUBJECT: Coal mines and mining -- Safety measures -- Congresses.
    OTHER: Tinney, Glenn R.
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   AUTHOR: Institute on Mining Health, Safety, and Research (25th : 1994 : Blacksburg, Va.)
    TITLE: Proceedings of the Twenty-fifth Annual Institute on Mining Health, Safety, and Research
    OTHER: Tinney, Glenn R.

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    TITLE: Tinney-Green(e) Family Organization Newsletter.
    PLACE: Salt Lake City, Utah [USA].  YEAR: 1972 9999
 PUB TYPE: Serial; FORMAT: v. 28 cm.
FREQUENCY: Monthly, Mar. 1975- <Dec. 1975>; Quarterly, June 1972- Dec. 1974
NUMBERING: June 1972-    ; NOTES: Title varies slightly.
  SUBJECT: Tinney Family -- Periodicals.  EDITOR: June 1972- Tinney, Thomas Milton, [Sr.] 1941-

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   AUTHOR: Tinney, Gregory Scott.
    TITLE: Parallel fractal image compression
    NOTES: Thesis (M.S.E.E.)--University of Alabama, 1994.

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 AUTHOR: Frewin, E. (Edward) and H. Tinney
    TITLE: Muriel : valse
PUB TYPE: Musical Score; PLACE: London; PUBLISHER: Hopwood & Crew; YEAR: 1867
MUSIC NO: H. & C. 981; Hopwood & Crew; PHYSICAL DETAILS: 13 p. of music : col. ill. ; 36 cm.
 SUBJECT: Waltzes (Piano); NOTES:  For piano;  OTHER: Tinney, H.

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   AUTHOR: Tinney, H. C.
    TITLE: Pontiac from the air, 1959.
  SUBJECT: Pontiac (Mich.) - - Aerial photographs

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    TITLE: The Law firm of Bronson, Bronson & McKinnon, 1919-1941; PLACE: Berkeley, Calif.
PUBLISHER: Regional Oral History Office, the Bancroft Library, University of California;
                     YEAR: 1978
    NOTES: Convery, R.  Not the biggest but the best. -- Tinney, H.F. (Helen Frahm Tinney):
                 A sense of family.  -- Bronson, E.D.  Reminiscences of the Bronson brothers.
                 -- Driscoll, L.  -- A career in insurance litigation.
                 -- Painter, J.H. --  A career in corporate law
  SUBJECT: Lawyers -- California -- San Francisco -- Personal narratives.

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   AUTHOR: Tinney, Herbert.
    TITLE: A program for solving recursive linear programming models on the CDC 3600 computer
    PLACE: Madison, Wis.; PUBLISHER: Social Systems Research Institute, Computation Division
     YEAR: 1966

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   AUTHOR: Kuehn, David.
    TITLE: Music for festive occasions
    PLACE: United States; PUBLISHER: Starfield Productions
 PUB TYPE: Recording; FORMAT:  1 sound cassette : analog, 1 7/8 ips, Dolby processed.
    NOTES: Original works and arrangements.  Herbert Tinney, organ.
                  Recorded in the Church of the Ascension, Buffalo, N.Y., June 23, 1986.
  SUBJECT: Trumpet and organ music.
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  AUTHOR: Western New York Chorale.
    TITLE: Choral song for Christmas, 1987
 PUB TYPE: Recording; FORMAT:  1 sound cassette : analog, 1 7/8 ips, stereo., Dolby processed.
    NOTES: Sung in English or Latin.   Western New York Chorale, in part with other performers;
                 Herbert Tinney, conductor.  Privately recorded during a performance in the chapel
                 of Christ the King Seminary, East Aurora, N.Y., 15 December, 1987.
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  AUTHOR: Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus, 1756-1791.
    TITLE: WNYC: Mozart/24 Feb. 91.
    PLACE: Williamsville, NY; YEAR: 1991
 PUB TYPE: Recording; FORMAT: 1 sound cassette : analog, stereo.
    NOTES: Liturgical works for chorus and orchestra.  Sung in Latin. 2nd work sung in English.
                 Title on container: Mozart: Music for the sacred liturgies.  Carolyn Tinney, soprano;
                  Denise Blackmore, mezzo; Timothy Schuman, tenor; Michael Harris, bass;
                 The Western New York Chorale; unidentified orchestra; Herbert Tinney, conductor.

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   AUTHOR: Tinney, Hilda Edna, 1908-
    TITLE:  The educational role of the college union.
         PUBLISHED: 1954.  LOCATION: Columbia University, Teachers College

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   AUTHOR: Liszt, Franz, 1811-1886.
TITLE: Harmonies poetiques et religieuses; PLACE: London :
PUBLISHER: Meridian; YEAR: 1993
 PUB TYPE: Recording; FORMAT: 1 sound disc (1:18:24) : digital ; 4 3/4 in.
  SUBJECT: Piano music.  OTHER: Tinney, Hugh, 1958- .
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   AUTHOR: May, Frederick, 1911-1985.
TITLE: String quartet in C minor; PLACE: [S.l.] : Unterhaching, Munich :
PUBLISHER: Marco Polo ; Distributed by MVD Music and Video Distribution,
     YEAR: 1996 1995; PUB TYPE: Recording; FORMAT: 1 sound disc : digital, stereo. ; 4 3/4 in.
   SERIES: Irish composer series; NOTES: Compact disc. Durations: 31:00; 24:01.
           Hugh Tinney, piano; Vanbrugh Quartet.  Recorded at St. Georges, Brandon Hill, Bristol,
           May 17-19, 1995. OTHER: Tinney, Hugh, 1958-

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   AUTHOR: Le Brun, Charles, 1619-1690.
    TITLE: Monsr. Le Brun's Expressions of the passions of the soul.
    PLACE: London; PUBLISHER: Ptd. by I. Tinney; YEAR: ? 1700 1799
OTHER: Tinney, John, d. 1761.

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   AUTHOR: Kitchin, Thomas, d. 1784.
    TITLE: An accurate map of Glamorgan Shire.
              Drawn from an actual survey with various improvements.
    PLACE: London;
                 PUBLISHER: Sold by I. Tinney, Cotswold Collotype Co. Ltd.; YEAR: 1972 1754
  SUBJECT: Maps, Early -- Facsimiles.  Glamorgan (Wales) -- Maps -- To 1800.
                   OTHER: Tinney, John.

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   AUTHOR: Tinney, J.
    TITLE: Diary of Miss J. Tinney of the Methodist Mission, British New Guinea, 1892-1902
    PLACE: Canberra, A.C.T.; PUBLISHER: Pacific Manuscripts Bureau; YEAR: 1983

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   AUTHOR: Tinney, James Craig, 1950-
    TITLE: Comparing estimates of market and non-market values for products of a given land base
     YEAR: 1977; NOTES: Thesis (M.S. - Agricultural Economics)--University of Arizona.
  SUBJECT: Land use, Rural -- Arizona -- Planning.
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  AUTHOR: Tinney, James Craig, 1950-
    TITLE: Trading quality for quantity : an assessment of salinity contamination
               generated by groundwater conservation policy in the Tucson Basin
    NOTES: Thesis (Ph. D. - Renewable Natural Resources)--University of Arizona, 1987.
  SUBJECT: Water, Underground -- Arizona -- Tucson -- Quality.

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    TITLE: Management of hazardous materials and wastes :
               treatment, minimization and environmental impacts
    PLACE: Easton, Pa.; PUBLISHER: Pennsylvania Academy of Science; YEAR: 1989
   SERIES: The Pennsylvania Academy of Science publications ; 10
    NOTES: James H. Tinney -- Pennsylvania's challenge to implement hazardous materials
                 safety and Title III of the Superfund Amendments Reauthorization Act
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  AUTHOR: Brown, Jeff.
    TITLE: Step-by-step guide to workplace and environmental compliance
                for private sector employers :
                 OSHA hazard communications standard and SARA title III
    PLACE: Harrisburg, Pa.;
                 PUBLISHER: Pennsylvania Chamber of Business and Industry Educational Foundation
 YEAR: 1995; NOTES:: . . .  "By: Jeff Brown, Robert G. Chaudrue,
                                          Robert F. Broyles and James H. Tinney.

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   AUTHOR: Tinney, James Joseph, 1927-
    TITLE: The development and control of state support of public education in Pennsylvania
                from 1925 through 1957.
    NOTES: Vita.  Thesis (Ed. D.)--University of Pittsburgh, 1958.

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   AUTHOR: Tinney, Jeanette.
    TITLE: Children's perceptions of their teachers.
     YEAR: 1968; NOTES: Typescript.  Thesis (Masters)--Austin College.

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   AUTHOR: Tinney, Joe C. (Joe Clifford), 1905-
    TITLE: The Walltons of Brunswick County, Virginia :
                descendants of George and Elizabeth (Rowe) Walton
    PLACE: Waco, Tx. (800 Lake Air Dr., Waco 76710); PUBLISHER: J.C. Tinney; YEAR: 1983

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   AUTHOR: Le Brun, Charles, 1619-1690.
    TITLE: Monsr. Le Brun's Expressions of the passions of the soul.
    PLACE: London; PUBLISHER: Ptd. by I. Tinney; YEAR: ? 1700 1799
OTHER: Tinney, John, d. 1761.
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   AUTHOR: Casley, David.
    TITLE: A catalogue of the manuscripts of the King's Library: :
                an appendix to the catalogue of the Cottonian Library;
                  together with an account of books burnt or damaged by a late fire.
    PLACE: London; PUBLISHER: Printed for the author, and sold by him at the said libraries.
     YEAR: 1734; NOTES: Plates drawn & engraved by John Tinney; with transcriptions of
                                      the facsimiles (p. 346-360) & an index to the catalogue ([23]p. at end).
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   AUTHOR: Le Brun, Charles, 1619-1690.
    TITLE: Heads representing the various passions of the soul; as they are expressed
                in the human countenance.
    PLACE: London; PUBLISHER: Laurie & Whittle; YEAR: 1794
    NOTES: Bound with Tinney, John. A compendious treatise of anatomy. London [1750?]
  SUBJECT: Facial Expression -- atlases
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  AUTHOR: Rocque, John, d. 1762.
    TITLE: A plan of the cities of London and Westminster : and borough of Southwark,
                with the contiguous buildings
 MAP DATA: Scale [ca. 1:11,650].  PLACE: London : Ithaca, N.Y.
PUBLISHER: John Pine & John Tinney, Historic Urban Plans; YEAR: 1970 1749
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   AUTHOR: Kitchin, Thomas, d. 1784.
    TITLE: An accurate map of Glamorgan Shire.
                Drawn from an actual survey with various improvements.
    PLACE: London; PUBLISHER: Sold by I. Tinney, Cotswold Collotype Co. Ltd.;
                 YEAR: 1972 1754
  SUBJECT: Maps, Early -- Facsimiles.  Glamorgan (Wales) -- Maps -- To 1800.
                   OTHER: Tinney, John.
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   AUTHOR: Tinney, John, 1707?-1761.
    TITLE: Compendium anatomicum : or A compendious treatise of anatomy adapted to the
                arts of  painting and sculpture: in which the external muscles of the human body
                are represented as they appear when cleared of the skin, the membrana adiposa,
                and the veins and arteries that lie on their surface. ...
    PLACE: London; PUBLISHER: Printed for John Tinney engraver and printseller
     YEAR: 1743; NOTES: All plates, and the dedication on pl.I, signed by Tinney.
           See also K.F. Russell, "John Tinney's Compendium Anatomicum and
           its publishers", Medical History, Vol. 18 (1974), p. 174-85.
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AUTHOR: Russell, K. F. (Kenneth Fitzpatrick), 1911-
    TITLE: John Tinney's Compendium anatomicum and its publishers.
    PLACE: London; PUBLISHER: Wellcome Inst.; YEAR: 1974 1974
    NOTES: Tinney's work was first published in 1743.

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   AUTHOR: DeBolt, Jack W.
    TITLE: West Virginia Consumer Credit and Protection Act : seminar outline
    PLACE: Charleston, W. Va. : PUBLISHER: West Virginia State Bar; YEAR: 1974
    OTHER: Tinney, John H.

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   AUTHOR: Tinney, John Pern.
    TITLE: Reflections on some questions relative to the present state of the nation :
           addressed to the Reverend Francis Randolph, D.D., Prebendary of
           Bristol and Chaplain to His Royal Highness the Duke of York :
           occasioned by a letter to His Grace the Duke of Bedford, lately
           published by Dr. Randolph, and by some other recent publications
    PLACE: Salisbury [England]; PUBLISHER: Printed and sold by Collins; YEAR: 1808
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  AUTHOR: Tinney, John Pern.
    TITLE: A letter to the Viscount Folkestone on the unlawfulness of the
           votes of thanks to Mr. Wardle and the late minority
    PLACE: London;
                 PUBLISHER: Printed by and for C. and R. Baldwin, and for Brodie and Co.;
                 YEAR: 1809
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  AUTHOR: Tinney, John Pern.
    TITLE: The rights of the sovereignty vindicated.  With particular reference to political doctrines
                of the Edinburgh review, and of other periodical publications.
    PLACE: London;
                 PUBLISHER: Printed by and for C. and R. Baldwin, and for Brodie and Co., Salisbury
                 YEAR: 1809

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   AUTHOR: Disabled and Blind Action Committee of California, amicus curiae.
    TITLE: Petition of the Disabled and Blind Action Committee of  California,
                by its chairman, Hale Zukas, to file brief amicus curiae and brief amicus curiae : 
                  in the Supreme Court of the State of California,
                   California State Council of Service Employees International Union,
                     AFL-CIO, et al., petitioners, v. Joseph E. Tinney, et al., respondents
    PLACE: Sacramento; PUBLISHER: Abascal; YEAR: 1978
  SUBJECT: California. -- Jarvis-Gann Tax Limitation Initiative -- Cases.
                   Property tax -- California -- Cases.
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    AUTHOR: San Francisco, California, petitioner.
      TITLE: Opposition to petition for extraordinary relief in the nature of mandamus :
                  in the Supreme Court of the State of California, City and County of San Francisco ...
                   petitioner v. Joseph E. Tinney ... et al., respondents / Evelle J. Younger
                    ... [et al., attorneys for respondents].
         PUBLISHED: San Francisco : Attorney General of the State of California, 1978.
LOCATION: University of Southern California Law Library

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   AUTHOR: Tinney, Joseph Frederick, 1937-
    TITLE: The application of X-ray fluorescence to in-vivo biological studies
    NOTES: Thesis (Ph. D.)--University of Oklahoma, 1968.

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   AUTHOR: Dailey, Merle.
    TITLE: Hymns you love.
     YEAR: ? 1961 1969;  MUSIC NO: LP 12066; Apex
 PUB TYPE: Recording; FORMAT: 1 sound disc (31 min.) : analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo. ; 12 in.
    NOTES: America -- Jesus, lover of my soul -- Tell me the story of Jesus
                 -- My life to him I owe -- I love to tell thhe story -- When the saints go marching in
                 -- Abide with me -- Give the world a smile -- Just a closer walk --
                 When they ring those golden bells -- Amazing grace -- What a friend.
                 Gospel songs; Merle Dailey, with "members of the Gospel Assembly Church
                 in Houston, Texas." : David Turner, Joy Tinney, the Tinney Family.

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   AUTHOR: Tinney, Kara S.
    TITLE: Effects of acid washing and electrical applications
                on the microbiological properties of beef
    NOTES: Thesis (M.S.)--Texas Tech University, 1994.  SUBJECT: Beef cattle -- Carcasses.

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   AUTHOR: Estes, John E.
    TITLE: Remote sensing detection of perched water tables : a pilot study
    PLACE: Davis; PUBLISHER: California Water Resources Center, University of California
     YEAR: 1978; OTHER: Tinney, Larry R.

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   AUTHOR: Tinney, Larry Ray.
    TITLE:  Towards an improved understanding of the image interpretation process
         PUBLISHED: 1982.  LOCATION: University of California at Santa Barbara
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 AUTHOR: Fogel, David N.
    TITLE:  Image registration using multiquadric functions, the finite element method,
                 bivariate mapping polynomials and the thin plate spline
    NOTES: "NCGIA, National Center for Geographic Information and Analysis";   "March 1996."
                   [Santa Barbara, CA]; OTHER: Tinney, Larry R.

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   AUTHOR: Tinney, Lisa Dawn, 1960-
    TITLE: The influence of Spanish folk traditions on selected song cycles by Jesus Guridi,
                Rodolfo Halffter and Xavier Montsalvatge
    PLACE: Ottawa; PUBLISHER: National Library of Canada = Bibliotheque nationale du Canada
     YEAR: 1993; NOTES:  Thesis (M.A.)--University of Victoria, 1992.

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   AUTHOR: Tinney, Lori.
    TITLE: Alternatives for automating the Joint Legislative Management Committee,
                Division of Legislative Library Services
    PLACE: Tallahassee, FL :
    NOTES: "September 1986"  Includes reports from Data Trek, OCLC, etc.
                 discussing retrospective conversion and other computerization
                 options which do not appear to be specific to the Legislative Library.
                 SUBJECT: Libraries -- Automation.

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   AUTHOR: Tinney, Marian D.
    TITLE: The Chasm,
PUBLISHER: Roy S. Tinney; YEAR: 1908; OTHER: Tinney, Roy S. joint author.

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    TITLE: The Grand Tour
    PLACE: El Cerrito, CA; PUBLISHER: Flower Films [distributor]; YEAR: 1992
 PUB TYPE: Audiovisual; FORMAT: 1 videocassette (56 min.) : sd., col. ; 1/2 in.
    NOTES: Mark Tinney leads a light-hearted Globus Gateway "European horizons" tour of
                 forty American tourists through twenty-two cities in ten countries in fourteen days.

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   AUTHOR: Tinney, Margaret.
    TITLE: The luck of the game : a study of school leaves in a Melbourne inner-suburban school
    PLACE: Fitzroy, Vic.; PUBLISHER: Brotherhood of St. Laurence; YEAR: 1974

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   AUTHOR: Tinney, Mary Catherine.
    TITLE: Catholic charities with illustrations from Chicago
    NOTES: Thesis (M.A.)--University of Chicago, 1910

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   AUTHOR: Tinney, Mel.
    TITLE: How to start your own advertising agency
    PLACE: Durand, Wis.; PUBLISHER: Media 1 Publishing; YEAR: 1979

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   AUTHOR: Tinney, Oscar Byrne.
    TITLE: The mask motif in Los de abajo and La muerte de Artemio Cruz
    NOTES: Thesis (M. A.)--University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 1983.
  SUBJECT: Azuela, Mariano, -- 1873-1952. -- Los de abajo.
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  AUTHOR: Tinney, Oscar Byrne.
    TITLE: Social criticism in the novels of Quince Duncan -- 1940 --
    NOTES: Thesis (Ph. D.)--University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 1988

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   AUTHOR: Tinney, Phyllis M.
    TITLE: A home away from home? :
               a comparative evaluation of three Melbourne family day care projects
    PLACE: [Fitzroy, Vic.] :
PUBLISHER: Brotherhood of St. Laurence in association
                     with the City of Knox and the City of St. Kilda
     YEAR: 1975; OTHER: St. Kilda, Victoria. City Council.  Knox, Victoria. City Council.
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  AUTHOR: Tinney, Phyllis M.
    TITLE: The Copelen Street Family Centre :  a descriptive and evaluation report, May 1977
    PLACE: [Melbourne]; PUBLISHER: Methodist Dept. of Child Care; YEAR: 1977
    OTHER: Methodist Dept. of Child Care (Victoria)
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  AUTHOR: Tinney, Phyllis M.
    TITLE: Parents for children :
                exploratory study of older children adopted through the Adoption Section
                 of the Copelen Street Family Centre of the Uniting Church, Victoria
    PLACE: South Yarra, Vic.; PUBLISHER: Copelen Street Family Centre; YEAR: 1980

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   AUTHOR: Serfis, James.
    TITLE: The Environmental Protection Agency's implementation of the endangered species
                act with respect to pesticide registration
    PLACE: Washington, D.C.; PUBLISHER: Center for Environmental Education
     YEAR: 1986; OTHER: Tinney, Richard.
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     AUTHOR: Weber, Michael
       TITLE: A Nation of Oceans
     IMPRINT: Washington : Center for Environmental Education, Dec. 1986
     SUBJECT: Marine Ecology; CONTRIBUTOR: Tinney, Richard; aut; Beath, Mary; ill

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   AUTHOR: Chapman, Loring F., 1929-
     TITLE: Pain and suffering
         PUBLISHED: Albany : M. Bender, 1967-    ; PHYSICAL DETAILS: 4 v. (loose-leaf) ; 25 cm.
LOCATION: Pennsylvania State University;  OTHER: Tinney, Richard C.

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   AUTHOR: Tinney, Richard J.
    TITLE: The use of the Miller Analogies Test and its efficacy in predicting success
                in a graduate program in personnel management at TSUM; YEAR: 1984
    NOTES: Typescript (photocopy).  At head of title: Troy State University in Montgomery.
                  "A field problem report submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the
                  degree education specialist."

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   AUTHOR: Tinney, Richard T.
    TITLE: Offshore petroleum exploration : capabilities and constraints.
    PLACE: Washington, D.C.; PUBLISHER: Center for Environmental Education; YEAR: 1981
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  AUTHOR: Tinney, Richard T.
    TITLE: Assessment of past, present, and future risks of oil spills
                in and near the present sea otter range in California
    PLACE: Washington, D.C. : Springfield, VA
PUBLISHER: The Commission ; National Technical Information Service; YEAR: 1983
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   AUTHOR: Herz, Michael J.
    TITLE: Analysis of the Puerto Rican tanker incident :
                recommendations for future oil spill response capability
    PLACE: Tiburon, CA (P.O. Box 855, Tiburon 94920)
PUBLISHER: Paul F. Romberg Tiburon Center for Environmental Studies,
                    San Francisco State University
     YEAR: 1985; OTHER: Tinney, Richard T
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  AUTHOR: Weber, Michael (Michael L.)
    TITLE: A nation of oceans
    PLACE: Washington, D.C.; PUBLISHER: Center for Environmental Education; YEAR: 1986
  SUBJECT: Marine ecology.  OTHER: Tinney, Richard T.
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  AUTHOR: Tinney, Richard T.
    TITLE: Review of information bearing upon the conservation
                and protection of humpback whales in Hawaii
    PLACE: Washington, D.C.; PUBLISHER: Marine Mammal Commission
    NOTES: Submitted to Marine Mammal Commission
                 by Richard Tinney & Associates, Arlington, Va., 1988.

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AUTHOR:  Ryan, Thomas J. (Thomas Joseph), 1942-
    TITLE:  The adolescence of P-1
    PLACE: New York : Baen : distributed by Pocket Books, 1985, c1977.
    NOTES: Cover art by Robert Tinney.
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AUTHOR:  Small, David.
    TITLE: The guidebook for winning adventurers
    PLACE: New York : Baen Enterprises : distributed by Simon & Schuster, c1985.
    NOTES: Cover art by Robert Tinney.
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AUTHOR:  Peat, F. David, 1938-
    TITLE:  Artificial intelligence : how machines think
    PLACE:  New York : Bean Pub. Enterprises : Distributed by Simon & Schuster, 1988.
    NOTES: Cover art by Robert Tinney.

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   AUTHOR: Tinney, Robert W.
    TITLE: A mathematical model of the theory of value : a case of perfect competition
    NOTES: Thesis (M.A.)--Texas Technological College, 1965.

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   AUTHOR: Tinney, Robert Walton.
    TITLE: Changes in the industrial composition of income and the returns to skill
     YEAR: 1975; NOTES: Thesis (Ph. D. in Economics)--Southern Methodist University.

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   AUTHOR: Tinney, Ron.
    TITLE: From minimetaphors to maximetaphors : a practical guide for teachers
                in the use of guided imagery in the classroom; PLACE: Victoria, B.C.
PUBLISHER: Dept. of Psychological Foundations in Education, University of Victoria; YEAR: 1988
  SUBJECT: Imagery (Psychology) in children.
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  AUTHOR: Tinney, Ron.
    TITLE: Learning difficulties in the elementary classroom :
               a course resource manual on detection and correction
    PLACE: Victoria, B.C., [CANADA]]
PUBLISHER: Dept. of Psychological Foundations in Education, University of Victoria; YEAR: 1991

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   AUTHOR: Tinney, Ronald Ernest.
    TITLE: The effect of training in test-taking skills on the reading test scores
                of fifth grade children of high and low socioeconomic levels.
     YEAR: 1968; NOTES: Thesis (Ph. D.)--University of Minnesota.

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   AUTHOR: Tinney, Roy S.
    TITLE: The sword decides, a play of old Italy in one act and two scenes
                [to be produced under the pen name of Hector Donald]
PUBLISHER: Roy S. Tinney; YEAR: 1908

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   AUTHOR: Tinney, Marian D.
    TITLE: The Chasm
PUBLISHER: Roy S. Tinney; YEAR: 1908; OTHER: Tinney, Roy S.,  joint author.

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   AUTHOR: Tinney, Sean.
    TITLE: Towards an energy policy for electricity generation in Ireland: paper ...
                delivered to a joint meeting of the Institution of Electrical Engineers
                 and the Institution of Engineers of Ireland
    PLACE: Dublin; YEAR: 1972

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   AUTHOR: Albright, Diane.
    TITLE: Don Johnson : back from the edge
    PLACE: New York; PUBLISHER: Dell Publishing; YEAR: 1986; OTHER: Tinney, Steve.

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    TITLE: Index to the secondary literature : a collated list of indexes and glossaries
               to the secondary literature concerning the Sumerian language
    PLACE: Philadelphia; YEAR: 1993; OTHER: Tinney, Steve.
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        AUTHOR: Tinney, Steve, 1961-
       TITLE: The Nippur Lament; Royal Rhetoric & Divine Legitimation
                  in the Reign of Isme-Dagon if Isin (1953-1935 B.C.)
     IMPRINT: Philadelphia; University of Pennsylvania Museum Publications, , Oct. 1995
      SERIES: Occasional Publications of the Samuel Noah Kramer Fund; Vol.16.
     SUBJECT: ELEGAIC POETRY -- HISTORY AND CRITICISM

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    TITLE: Bass, where to find them.
    PLACE: Nashville, Tenn.; PUBLISHER: Mit-su Records; YEAR: 1973
 PUB TYPE: Recording; FORMAT: 1 sound disc : analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo. ; 12 in.
    NOTES: Brief record.  Introduction -- Bluffs -- Creek & river channels -- Coves --
                  Farm  ponds -- Objects -- Rivers & streams.  OTHER: Tinney, Stu.

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  AUTHOR: Tinney, Terrell J.
    TITLE: Procedural due process :  the historical evolution of the federal court's view
                of public school student rights when confronted with suspension or expulsion
    PLACE: University, Ala.; YEAR: 1977
    NOTES: Typescript.  Thesis--University of Alabama

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  AUTHOR: Tinney, Terry Jack, 1942-
    TITLE:  A study of contemporary franchising [microform] : with particular emphasis
                 on factors leading to the repurchase of fast-food service franchises
 PUBLISHED: 1972.  LOCATION: Cornell University

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   AUTHOR: Tinney, Thomas Milton, [Sr.] 1941-
    TITLE: The Adamic Lineage, the Royal Lineages, the Ancestral Lineages
               of Thomas Milton Tinney, [Sr.] of Ohio, Utah & California. [USA]
     YEAR: 1971; PUB TYPE: Book; FORMAT: [4], 8 l. 28 cm.  SUBJECT: Tinney Family.
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   AUTHOR: Tinney, Thomas Milton, [Sr.] 1941-
    TITLE: Ancient and Modern Genealogies with Temple
                (The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints) Records.
    PLACE: Salt Lake City, Utah; PUBLISHER: Tinney-Green(e) Family Organization Pub. Co.
     YEAR: 1973; PUB TYPE: Book; FORMAT: 223 l. illus. 29 cm.; SUBJECT: Tinney family
LOCATION: [Numerous libraries]: also:
National Society - Sons of the American Revolution Library
1000 South Fourth Street        Fax     (502) 589-1671
Louisville, Kentucky 40203     Phone (502) 589-1776
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    AUTHOR: Tinney, Thomas Milton, [Sr.] 1941-
     TITLE: Fanny Alger: The First Plural Wife of the Prophet Joseph Smith, Jr.
                 A preliminary Genealogical Report
         PUBLISHED: Salt Lake City, Utah : Tinney GenSearch Consultants, 1986.
  PHYSICAL DETAILS: 28 leaves ; 28 cm.
LOCATION: Brigham Young University; Provo, Utah.
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  AUTHOR: Tinney, Thomas Milton, [Sr.] 1941-
    TITLE: The Lord Jesus Christ, Jews, the House of Joseph, Gentiles, and Heathens :
                A Careful Study of the Tinney Family Surname from Worldwide Origins
    PLACE: Salt Lake City, Utah (1221 Pacific Ave., Salt Lake City 84104-2314)
PUBLISHER: T.M. Tinney, [Sr.]; YEAR: currently online.  SUBJECT: Tenney/Tinney (Name)
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  AUTHOR: Tinney, Thomas Milton, [Sr.] 1941-
     TITLE: Manuscripts.
  PHYSICAL DETAILS: 70 pp. : photocopy.
LOCATION: Utah Records Information System Project
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    AUTHOR: Tinney, Thomas Milton, 1941-
    TITLE: Michael H. Chandler and The Pearl of Great Price : 1986 update
    PLACE: Salt Lake City, Utah : PUBLISHER: Tinney GenSearch Consultants
 PUB TYPE: Book; FORMAT: [89] leaves ; 28 cm.
    NOTES: Includes bibliographical references.
  SUBJECT: Chandler family; Chandler, Michael H.;  Pearl of Great Price.
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  AUTHOR: Tinney, Thomas Milton, [Sr.] 1941-
     TITLE:  Papers, 1941-
  PHYSICAL DETAILS: 1 lin. ft. : photocopy of manuscript.
LOCATION: Utah State Historical Society, Salt Lake City, Utah, [USA].
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   AUTHOR: Tinney, Thomas Milton, [Sr.] 1941-
      TITLE: The Royal Family of the Prophet Joseph Smith, Junior,
                  First President of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
    PLACE: Salt Lake City, Utah; PUBLISHER: Tinney-Green(e) Family Organization Pub. Co.
     YEAR: 1973; PUB TYPE: Book; FORMAT: 333, 4 l. illus. 30 cm.
    NOTES: Supplement to the author's Ancient and Modern Genealogies with Temple
                 (The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints) Records, published in 1973.
           Microfilm. [s.l. : s.n., 1975]. 1 microfilm reel ; 35 mm.
  SUBJECT: Smith family.  Tinney family.
LOCATION: UCB   Bancroft  BANC FILM 375
                               Note:  Positive microfilm.  Printing master available (Box 745:2)
                     UCB   Bancroft  Box 745:2 Master Negative
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   AUTHOR: Tinney, Thomas Milton, [Sr.] 1941-
    TITLE: The Teney, Tenney, Tenneyson, Tennison, Tiney, Tinn, Tinne, Tinney,
               Tinneyson, Tinning, Tinnison, Tinny, (and some variations) Family Record KEY.
    NOTES: A key to the location of records for Tinney (with variant spellings) families.
                 Includes photocopies and extracts from indexes of many publications
                 found in libraries throughout the world.
    PLACE: Bountiful, Utah; PUBLISHER: Tinney; YEAR: 1975; PUB TYPE: Book
   FORMAT: 2 v. : ill., maps ; 29 cm.;  SUBJECT: Tinney family.
                   OTHER: Teney, Tenney, Tenneyson ...
LOCATION: This book was microfilmed by the LDS Church,
                  FHC, SLC, Utah; film number 1,697, 847, items 6-7;
CALL NUMBER: US/CAN BOOK AREA, book # 929.273 T253tm;
original located at the Joseph Smith, Jr. Memorial Building (formerly the Hotel Utah),
4th floor, West Wing; corner of South Temple and Main Street,
Salt Lake City, Utah; ALSO: Library of Congress, Washington, D.C.;
Wisconsin Historical Society.
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  AUTHOR: Tinney, Thomas Milton, [Sr.] 1941-
     TITLE: TINNEY, THOMAS MILTON FAMILY.  Genealogy, A.D. 1971 -
                 Received from Thomas Milton Tinney, [Sr.], Provo, Utah [USA] in 1971.
                  Genealogy of the Tinney family
                   with traditional Royalty Lineages dating back to King David.
  PHYSICAL DETAILS: 1 folder (1 in.).
LOCATION: American Jewish Archives.  On the Cincinnati, Ohio, [USA]
                     Campus of the Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion

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   AUTHOR: Tinney, William Abner.
    TITLE: Tree management and marking rules, second growth Douglas-fir.  YEAR: 1948
    NOTES: Issued also without thesis notation by University of Washington
           College of Forestry and as Skagit Forest Council, Sedro Woolley.
           Forest resources series no. 2.
           A thesis submitted for the degree of Master of Forestry, University of Washington.

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   AUTHOR: Tinney, W. F.
    TITLE: Optimal power flow : research and code development
    PLACE: Palo Alto, Calif.; PUBLISHER: The Institute; YEAR: 1987

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   AUTHOR: Tinney, William Frank.
    TITLE: Drop-outs from general education program at San Francisco State College,
                September, 1948 to February, 1949.
    NOTES: Thesis (A.M.)--Stanford Univ., 1949.

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   AUTHOR: University of Oxford. Tutors' Association.
    TITLE: Papers published by the Tutors' Association, Oxford, M.DCCC.LIII. M.DCCC.LIV.
    PLACE: Oxford; PUBLISHER: J.H. Parker; YEAR: 1854.  SUBJECT: University of Oxford.
    NOTES: Suggestions respecting the conditions under which university education
                 may be made more available for barristers,
                 by R. Palmer, W. H. Tinney, W. Palmer. IX. and X.

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   AUTHOR: Tinney, W. H.
    TITLE: Gold mining machinery: its selection, arrangement, & installation.
                A practical handbook for the use of mine managers and engineers,
                including particulars for the preparation of specifications and estimates.
    PLACE: London; PUBLISHER: C. Lockwood and Son; YEAR: 1906

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   AUTHOR: Tinney, William Harry, 1916-
    TITLE: A study of the types of molds in certain samples of Texas butter.
    PLACE: (College Station, Texas); YEAR: 1939
    NOTES: Thesis (M.S. in Dairy husbandry)--A. & M. College of Texas.

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   AUTHOR: Tinney, William Scott, 1912-
    TITLE: The complications of polycythemia vera.
    PLACE: Minneapolis; NOTES: Typewritten copy.
                 Thesis (M. S. in Medicine) - Univ. of Minnesota, 1942.

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    TITLE: [Photograph of Alfred M. Tozzer and his wife, Margaret Tenney Tozzer]
     YEAR: 1978; PUB TYPE: Audiovisual; FORMAT: 1 photograph : b&w ; 37 x 48 cm.
  SUBJECT: Tozzer, Alfred M. -- (Alfred Marston), -- 1877-1954 -- Portraits.

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    TITLE: The One hundredth birth-day of Achsah Page Whipple June 28th, 1886.
    PLACE: Rochester, N.Y.; PUBLISHER: E.R. Andrews, printer and bookbinder; YEAR: 1886
    NOTES: In: American poetry, 1871-1900, in the Harris Collection, Brown University Library.
                  Reel no. 784. Item no. 13. -- to Mrs. Achsah Tenney Whipple [poem]

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