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1 Moore Joseph Hampton Messages to the City Council and Addresses By Hon. J. Hampton Moore Mayor of Philadelphia 1933-1935. Volume II.
Philadelphia 1933-1935. 0000 Hardcover Good 
25326 - Buckram - English - Octavo - Fourteen different addresses and messages bound together with the following pagination: 7 12 16 8 8 13 7 7 7 43 8 11 12 12 pp. several are about the New Jersey Ship Canal the intercoastal waterways others are addresses to various clubs about taxes bonds Liberty Bell and Independence etc. Bound in green cloth gold lettering normal shelf wear. Joseph Hampton Moore a Representative from Pennsylvania; born in Woodbury Gloucester County N.J. March 8 1864; attended the common schools; studied law; reporter on the Philadelphia Public Ledger and the Court Combination 1881-1894; chief clerk to the city treasurer of Philadelphia 1894-1897; secretary to the mayor in 1900; president of the Allied Republican Clubs of Philadelphia of the Pennsylvania State League and of the National League of Republican Clubs 1900-1906; city treasurer 1901-1903; appointed by P - Philadelphia: 1933-1935. 
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2 Moore Joseph Hampton Special Report. Second Term of J. Hampton Moore Mayor of Philadelphia for Four Years - 1932-1936. Presented to Council January 2 1936.
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25327 - Soft cover - English - Octavo - 148 pp. Bound in embossed cloth gold lettering normal shelf wear. Joseph Hampton Moore a Representative from Pennsylvania; born in Woodbury Gloucester County N.J. March 8 1864; attended the common schools; studied law; reporter on the Philadelphia Public Ledger and the Court Combination 1881-1894; chief clerk to the city treasurer of Philadelphia 1894-1897; secretary to the mayor in 1900; president of the Allied Republican Clubs of Philadelphia of the Pennsylvania State League and of the National League of Republican Clubs 1900-1906; city treasurer 1901-1903; appointed by President Theodore Roosevelt as the first Chief of the Bureau of Manufactures Department of Commerce and Labor in January 1905 but resigned after six months service to become president of a Philadelphia trust company; president of the Atlantic Deeper Waterways Association 1907- - [Philadelphia: 1936] 
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3 Moore Joseph Hampton Special Report. Second Term of J. Hampton Moore Mayor of Philadelphia for Four Years - 1932-1936. Presented to Council January 2 1936.
[Philadelphia 1936] 0000 Hardcover Good 
24196 - Cloth - English - Octavo - 148 pp. Bound in embossed cloth gold lettering ex-libary withdrawn inkstamp inside front board normal shelf wear. Joseph Hampton Moore a Representative from Pennsylvania; born in Woodbury Gloucester County N.J. March 8 1864; attended the common schools; studied law; reporter on the Philadelphia Public Ledger and the Court Combination 1881-1894; chief clerk to the city treasurer of Philadelphia 1894-1897; secretary to the mayor in 1900; president of the Allied Republican Clubs of Philadelphia of the Pennsylvania State League and of the National League of Republican Clubs 1900-1906; city treasurer 1901-1903; appointed by President Theodore Roosevelt as the first Chief of the Bureau of Manufactures Department of Commerce and Labor in January 1905 but resigned after six months service to become president of a Philadelphia trust company; president of the - [Philadelphia: 1936] 
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4 Moore Joseph Hampton Special Report. Second Term of J. Hampton Moore Mayor of Philadelphia for Four Years - 1932-1936. Presented to Council January 2 1936.
[Philadelphia 1936] 0000 Hardcover Good 
23620 - Cloth - English - Octavo - 148 pp. Bound in embossed cloth gold lettering ex-libary withdrawn inkstamp inside front board as is a bookplate library call number label on front board normal shelf wear. Joseph Hampton Moore a Representative from Pennsylvania; born in Woodbury Gloucester County N.J. March 8 1864; attended the common schools; studied law; reporter on the Philadelphia Public Ledger and the Court Combination 1881-1894; chief clerk to the city treasurer of Philadelphia 1894-1897; secretary to the mayor in 1900; president of the Allied Republican Clubs of Philadelphia of the Pennsylvania State League and of the National League of Republican Clubs 1900-1906; city treasurer 1901-1903; appointed by President Theodore Roosevelt as the first Chief of the Bureau of Manufactures Department of Commerce and Labor in January 1905 but resigned after six months service to become p - [Philadelphia: 1936] 
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