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Broader terms:Used for:
- Singing and voice culture
- Vocal culture
- Voice training
Filed under: Voice culture|
- The Voice: How to Use It; With Exercises for Tone and Articulation (revised edition; Boston: Expression Co., c1938), by Sarah T. Barrows and Anne E. Pierce (page images at HathiTrust)
- The Philosophy of Voice: Showing the Right and Wrong Action of Voice in Speech and Song, With Laws for Self-Culture (8th edition; London: Balliere, Tindall and Cox, 1895), by Charles Lunn (multiple formats at archive.org)
- The Vocal Organ: Its Mechanism (Explaining a New Discovery) (4th edition; Chicago: Perfect Voice Institute, c1915), by Eugene Feuchtinger
- The Art of Voice-Production, With Special Reference ot the Methods of Correct Breathing (New York: G. P. Putnam's Sons, 1882), by Ange Albert Pattou (multiple formats at archive.org)
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Filed under: Elocution
Filed under: Acting
Filed under: Acting -- United States -- History -- 19th century
Filed under: Acting games -- Scandinavia
Filed under: Commedia dell'arte -- Early works to 1800
Filed under: Gesture
Filed under: Impersonation -- DramaFiled under: Impersonation -- FictionFiled under: MimeFiled under: Motion picture actingFiled under: Movement (Acting)Filed under: Theatrical makeupFiled under: Debates and debating
Filed under: Debates and debating -- Handbooks, manuals, etc.
Filed under: Parliamentary practice -- Handbooks, manuals, etc.
Filed under: Lincoln-Douglas Debates, Ill., 1858
- Selected illustrations (unique bound volume of 80 images from Diversarum Nationum Habitus and other Bertelli works, ca. 1590), by Pietro Bertelli
Filed under: Campaign debates -- United StatesFiled under: Forums (Discussion and debate)
Filed under: Electronic discussion groups
Filed under: Electronic discussion groups -- Social aspects
- Political Debates Between Abraham Lincoln and Stephen A. Douglas In the Celebrated Campaign of 1858 in Illinois, Including the Preceding Speeches of Each at Chicago, Springfield, etc.; Also the Two Great Speeches of Abraham Lincoln in Ohio in 1859 (Cleveland: Burrows Bros. Co., 1897), by Abraham Lincoln and Stephen A. Douglas (HTML at Bartleby)
- The Writings of Abraham Lincoln (national edition, 8 volumes; New York: Lamb Pub. Co., n.d.), by Abraham Lincoln, ed. by Arthur Brooks Lapsley, contrib. by Theodore Roosevelt, Carl Schurz, Joseph Hodges Choate, Noah Brooks, and Stephen A. Douglas
- The Writings of Abraham Lincoln (biographical eighth volume by Noah Brooks omitted), by Abraham Lincoln, ed. by Arthur Brooks Lapsley (Gutenberg text and illustrated HTML)
Filed under: Parliamentary practiceFiled under: Radio addresses, debates, etc.Filed under: Delsarte systemFiled under: Lectures and lecturing
Filed under: Lectures and lecturing -- United StatesFiled under: Chautauquas
- Net.wars, by Wendy Grossman (HTML at NYU)
Filed under: Singing -- DictionFiled under: Ventriloquism
Filed under: Oratory
- A Chautauqua Idyl (Boston: D. Lothrop Co., c1887), by Grace Livingston Hill
- The Art of Extempore Speaking: Hints for the Pulpit, the Senate, and the Bar (with additions by "a member of the New York bar"; 6th edition; New York: C. Scribner and Co., 1869), by L. Bautain (multiple formats at Google)
- Mr. Punch's Young Reciter: (Burglar Bill, and Other Pieces); With Introductions, Remarks, and Stage-Directions (enlarged and illustrated edition; London: Bradbury, Agnew, ca. 1897), by F. Anstey (page images at HathiTrust)
- Public Speaking: Principles and Practice, by Irvah Lester Winter (Gutenberg text)
- How to Attract and Hold an Audience: A Practical Treatise on the Nature, Preparation, and Delivery of Public Discourse (New York: Hinds, Hayden and Eldredge, c1902), by J. Berg Esenwein (page images at HathiTrust)
- Phrases for Public Speakers and Paragraphs for Study (1910), ed. by Grenville Kleiser (Gutenberg text)
- The Complete Debater's Manual (Chicago: F. J. Drake and Co., c1902), by Charles Walter Brown (page images at HathiTrust)
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