Addresses and Publications, 1893, 1904, 1910-1943 | University of Illinois Archives
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Published reprints and separates containing addresses, remarks and articles by David Kinley on Germany, peace settlements, state revenues, religious education, university cooperation, relation of state and nation, Americanism, citizenship, American ideals, small colleges, alumni support, curricula, President Edmund J. James, educational aims, scholarship, fine arts, Scottish-Americans, banking system, monetary standard, South American trade, entrance requirements of colleges of commerce, and George Washington and the relation of the church to social reform.
The series includes: Money A Study of the Theory of the Medium of Exchange (Macmillan, New York, 1904, 415 pp.), The Independent Treasury of the United States and its Relations to the Banks of the Country (G.P.O., Washington, 1910, 370 pp.), Preliminary Economic Studies of the War (Carnegie Endowment - Oxford, New York, 1918-19, 7 numbers) and Government Control of Economic Life and Other Addresses (Gregg, Chicago, 1936, 418 pp.).
A bibliography of Kinley's writings (1891-1937) is in Box 1. 12 pp.