Charles Cottingham papers, 1942-1952 | Purdue University Libraries, Archives and Special Collections
Poetry written by Charles Cottingham, "Engineer, Writer, Lecturer":
"William Holmes McGuffey"
"To A McGuffey Teacher"
"At Birthplace of William Holmes McGuffey"
"Tablet in Los Angeles Library"
The above appear on the first sheet. On the back of that sheet is a copy of a cable address "Edison, New York," Orange, New York, April 26, 1914 [Thomas A. Edison writes of the harmful affects of cigarettes, and he states, "I employ no person who smokes cigarettes."]
"Why Michigan Won"
"The Smoggers' Athem" (rhythm: "Oh! Say Can You See")
"Tippecanoe Below Its Quota" [speaks of war bond sales and defense stamp buying]
Message to Panama Canal Builders, Employees and Annuitants - "Not Without Thy Wondrous Story, Can Be Told Our Nation's Glory"