e’s varied , the main who coined the term “Body Builder” events during Blaikie’s lifBlaikie’s
General’s o and then served as the assistant attorney in the United States Attorney’s office in New York
was influenced by Blaikie’s work reference to Blaikie’s thoughts on body building and health and Gulick’s developing vision of t components of Blaikie’s life. Young Men’s Christian Association of North America
International Young Men’s Christian Association Training School (Springfield, Mass.)William Blaikie’s interests
kie’s claim against the executor of his will by Fayerweather’s heirs responsibility for multiple policies to Tyler’s estate following his suicide.
and reflects readers’ attitudes. It also shoBlaikie’s interest in athletics, Blaikie’s Blaikie’s advice. “Body Building” and who wa Springfield College, then The School for Christian Workers” from 1887
Is America’s Stamina Declining? a review of Blaikie’s book
physical exercise, health, and articles about Blaikie’s book, As stated, most of the correspondence relates to Blaikie’s book, ith Robert Roberts. The ‘General orrespondence’ folder contains letters
’s Blaikie’s role
Blaikie’s Fayerweather case involved a claim against the executor of his will by Fayerweather’s heirs insurance companies and their responsibility for multiple policies to Tyler’s estate following his Fayerweather’s heirs. William Blaikie served as Counsel for the executors. The Tyle policies to Tyler’s estate following his suicide.
kie’s notes and newspaper clippings about Massachusetts, a copy of Harper’s Weekly (September 24, 1881), the Harvard Register, –al nominee. Additionally, the ‘Old Homestead’,
Blaikie’s lectures, articles about the Fayerweather case, letters of invitation to speak and and Blaikie speaking at Moody’s School in NorthfieldYoung Men’s Era ’s Oarsman’s Manual for 1871
The International Young Men’s Christian Men’s EraWoman’s Physical Development [Vol. IV, No. Man’s Back (Robert Roberts)
1880’sPolhemus’ Legal Blank Forms for New Jersey
Memin’s Portrait of Chief Justice
Lawyer’s Title Insurance Company](1879), Harper’s Weekly
Harvard Crew Members (1860’s)
Harper’s New Monthly Magazine (August, ’ and a publication titled “King’s ”
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