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Chronicling America: Historic American Newspapers, 1836-1922
Text:".... Conover, W. Stone, H. E. Wallace, Hartley, A. W. Crouse, W. E. Piatt, Crookham, L. S. Dille, Waite, J. K. Harris, and McFarland. Caldwell Man in California. H. F. Dean, who has been spending about two years..."
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Date:Day Month 1911
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Chronicling America: Historic American Newspapers, 1836-1922
Text:"... fever of excitement by Dr. WallaceHartley, a resident of New York City. Your correspondent made a special trip to New York and called on Dr. Hadlcy to learn the aecret of the mysterious power by which he..."
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Date:Day Month 1904
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Chronicling America: Historic American Newspapers, 1836-1922
Text:"... cold ! and a blizzard had begun, i uuess there won't be anybody out i to hear the chimes." muttered WallaceHartley, as with head bent against the driving snow, he hurried towards the city hall..."
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Date:Day Month 1921
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Chronicling America: Historic American Newspapers, 1836-1922
Text:"... an antagonist. CHAPTER X War breaks out and Wallace enlists under the name of Weston with Hartley In the medical corps. They are sent to France. CHAPTER Xl-One night. In the village, Wallace and Hartley see Mrs..."
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Date:Day Month 1918
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Chronicling America: Historic American Newspapers, 1836-1922
Text:"..., are in the city for a week lookipg up old friends of ten years' ago. Jackson Hartley, of Nashville, Tenn., and WallaceHartley, of Pittsburgh, spent the past several days with their relatives, Mr. and Mrs. George W..."
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Chronicling America: Historic American Newspapers, 1836-1922
Text:"...'d better rest. Captain Wallace." "You're Hartley." muttered Mark, sitting down and trying in vain to dlscern something of the other's face through the gloom. "What happened. and how did you come on the scene..."
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Date:Day Month 1918
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Chronicling America: Historic American Newspapers, 1836-1922
Text:"...." Then follows tho first two bars of tho niUBlc of "Nearer my God to Theo" and the nnmes, WallaceHartley, band master, Goo. Krins, Roger Prlcoux. W, T. Pralley, J. Wesley Woodward, P. C. Taylor, J, F. P. Clarke..."
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Date:Day Month 1912
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Chronicling America: Historic American Newspapers, 1836-1922
Text:"... into on Intenso fever of excltomcnt by Dr. WallaceHartley, a resident of Now York city. Your correspondent made a special trip to Now York and called on Dr. Hadlcy to learn tho secrot of tho mysterious powor..."
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Date:Day Month 1904
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Chronicling America: Historic American Newspapers, 1836-1922
Text:"... in seventh. "Ran for High in seventh. 'Batted lor Russell in seventh. St. Louis AB R H PO A Shot ten. If Tobin rf Sisler, lb . Pratt, lb ... Mnrsans. cf Austin. 3b . Rumler Wallace, Hartley, c . I a vn n, ss..."
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Date:Day Month 1916
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Chronicling America: Historic American Newspapers, 1836-1922
Text:"....A memorial to WallaceHartley, the leader of the Titanic baud, In thn form of an oil paint-ills', "Outward Hound," roprcacnting a small boat with a waterman looking out to an ocean liner, ban beon nuvcllrd..."
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Date:Day Month 1913
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Chronicling America: Historic American Newspapers, 1836-1922
Text:"..., following Immediately. He shut the door softly behind him. They were in the basement of the adjoining house. "We're safe now," said Hartley in a whisper. "You'd better rest, Captain Wallace." "You're Hartley..."
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Date:Day Month 1919
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Chronicling America: Historic American Newspapers, 1836-1922
Text:"...'aiyLmaking Jno. T. McGutGheon'gireen with envy; , Manchester, Eng. r30,000 per?-sons attended funeral services of WallaceHartley;. leader .o Ti-tanicviiah'd, whoswas 'Buried herd today." .L'1- fPLAYEDSAEE rni..."
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Date:Day Month 1912
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Chronicling America: Historic American Newspapers, 1836-1922
Text:"... Davis Xorthrup. soprano, will appear in their various numbers. The eight musicians who went down in the Titank'.playing J "Xearer My God to Thee.'' were tinder the leadership of Bandmaster WallaceHartley..."
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Chronicling America: Historic American Newspapers, 1836-1922
Text:".... Wallace rescues him and takes him to his ownapartment. In the night the man, who save his name as Hartley, disappears. The next day Wallace is called from his office and on his return finds important..."
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Date:Day Month 1918
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Chronicling America: Historic American Newspapers, 1836-1922
Text:"... and Wallace enlists under the name of Weston with Hartley In the medical corps. They are sent to France. CHAPTER Xl-One night. In the village, Wallace and Hartley see Mrs. Ken-son pleading with Kellerman..."
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Date:Day Month 1918
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Chronicling America: Historic American Newspapers, 1836-1922
Text:"...'d better rest, Captain Wallace." "You're Hartley," muttered Mark, sitting down and trying in vain to discern something of the other's face through the gloom. ,"Whnt happened, and how did you come..."
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Date:Day Month 1918
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Chronicling America: Historic American Newspapers, 1836-1922
Text:"...., , THIRTY THOUSAND MARCH AT FUNERAL OF HEROICBANDMAN (Manchester, , Eng., May 18 The funeral services of WallaceHartley, leader of the Titanic band, who went to ' his : death valiantly leading his musicians..."
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