Craig, Carl. : Contemporary musicians. Volume 19 : profiles of the people in music / Stacy A. McConnell, editor.
Craig, Charles L. (Charles Lacy), 1872-1935 -- Trials, litigation, etc. : In the matter of the application of the Long Island Railroad Company for a certiorari order, against the John F. Hylan, mayor of the city of New York, Charles L. Craig, comptroller of the city of New York, Murray Hulbert, president of the Board of Aldermen of the city of New York, Julius Miller, president of the borough of Manhattan of the city of New York, Edward Riegelmann, president of the borough of Brooklyn of the city of New York, Henry Bruckner, president of the borough of the Bronx of the city of New York, Maurice E. Connolly, president of the borough of Queens of the city of New York and John A. Lynch, president of the borough of Richmond of the city of New York, constituting the Board of Estimate and Apportionment of the city of New York [electronic resource] : memorandum of John F. Hylan, mayor of the city of New York, et al., constituting the Board of Estimate and Apportionment of the city of New York, in support of motion for leave to appeal to Court of Appeals.
Craig, Charles L. (Charles Lacy), -- Trials, litigation, etc. : Park Avenue Company, plaintiff-appellant, against Exchange Buffet Corporation, the city of New York and Charles L. Craig, as comptroller of the city of New York, defendants-respondents [electronic resource] : points of respondents, the city of New York and Charles L. Craig, as comptroller of the city of New York.
Craig, Clifford, 1896-1986 -- Art collections. : The important collection of books, manuscripts, prints, drawings and paintings relating to the discovery and history of Van Diemen's Land and Tasmania, and with a few items relating to Australasia : the property of Dr. Clifford Craig / Christie, Manson & Woods (Australia) Ltd.
Craig, Clifford, 1896-1986 -- Exhibitions. : William Crowther and Clifford Craig : an exhibition arranged by the Royal Australasian College of Physicians, History of Medicine Library for the Annual Scientific Meeting Hobart, May 1986.
Craig, Clifford, 1896-1986 -- Library -- Catalogs. : Australiana : including duplicates from the library of Dr. Clifford Craig of Tasmania, rare items of Antarctica, international ornithological works, Golden Cockerel Press books, brief for the trial of Ned Kelly, maps and prints and The Silver-City Cup for 1910, which will be sold at auction at 'The Age Gallery, Melbourne on Monday, April 23, 1979 / by Manson & Woods Christie (Australia) Ltd.
Craig, Daniel H. : The opening and closing arguments of Hon. Thomas M. Hayes and Hon. Francis O. J. Smith, before the Superior Court of Suffolk County, Mass., Mr. Justice Putnam, presiding, February 26th, 27th, and 28th, 1866, on a motion for a new trial, in the case of the state vs. Smith : phonographically reported by Jay Read Pember : exposing the conspiracy of D.H. Craig, the private prosecutor, and the corruptions and perjuries of his witnesses.
Craig, Henrietta Jane, 1860-1902. : Shipwreck, massacre and mayhem : a story of the Bolles family, the life-story of Captain Joseph W. Bolles ... and the story of Henrietta Jane Craig also of Cooktown / by Herbert W. Bolles.
Craig, Rowland, -- Trials, litigation, etc. : Before the Most Noble and Right Honourable the Lords Commissioners of Appeals in Prize Causes, Frederick, Hugh Graham, master, Rowland Craig, the supercargo, claimant of the ship, on behalf of Henry Sadler and Co., of New York, and of the Cargo, on behalf of the said Henry Sadler and Co., John and Nathan M'Vicar and Co., William Baillie, John Juhel and Co., and Gurdon S. Mumford, al of New York, and respectively citizens of the United States of America, appellant, against James Newman, Esq., commander of His Majesty's ship of war La Loire, respondent [electronic resource] : on an appeal from the High Court of Admiralty of England : appellant's case.
Craig, William, -- Early works to 1800. : (Teind cause.) (Lord Colston reporter.) June 12. 1765. Information for William Govan of Drumquhassle, and Captain William Craig of Dalnair, heritors in the parish of Drymen, against William Duke of Montrose, tacksman of the teinds of said parish, and proprietor of certain other lands therein.