GROSVENOR, Charles Henry, 1833-1917

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Grosvenor, Charles Henry. American tariffs and American sheep. [N. p., 1900].

___. The book of the presidents, with biographical sketches. Washington, D.C.: The Continental Press, 1902.

___. Democratic incompetency. Washington: N.p., 1896.

___. Speech of Gen. C. H. Grosvenor. Athens, Ohio: Messenger Print, 1872.

___. Speech of Gen. C. H. Grosvenor. N.p., 1874].

___. The two great parties tried by their record. Failure of Democratic rule. Success of Republican administration. Honest money “the keynote": Speech of Gen. Chas. H. Grosvenor, delivered at Hillsboro, Ohio, Saturday, August 24, 1878. [Ohio?: N.p., 1878].

___. The unlawful calling out of the militia—the law violated by the governor, and his weak apology—the demand upon which the troops were called out—a little Kellogg usupration in Ohio—the other ox is gored. [N.p., 1875].

___. William McKinley, his life and work. Washington, D.C.: The Continental Assembly, 1901.

[McAneny, George]. An open letter to the Honorable C. H. Grosvenor, in reply to recent attacks on the civil service law and rules. [New York: N.p., 1897].

Schlup, Leonard. “The Sage of Athens: Charles H. Grosvenor and Presidential Politics in Ohio in 1908," Ohio History 105 (1996)" 145-56.