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  • [X-Info] [Pamphlets in philology and the humanities. Vol. 20]. (s.n., 1908), by Harry Porter, Fred Newton Scott, Frank Aydelotte, Frederick Morgan Padelford, Pierre Dareste, H. W. Horwill, James Creelman, Alleyne Ireland, G. W. Hosmer, William Warner Bishop, Charles G. Ross, Hubert Gibson Shearin, Lane Cooper, Albert Robinson Crittenden, Davis Henry Browne, Guy Montrose Whipple, Edwin Durning-Lawrence, Barrett Wendell, Frank Le Roy Blanchard, Warren Washburn Florer, Calvin Olin Davis, Clara Linklater Thomson, James Fleming Hosic, Andrew Fleming West, Albert Harris Tolman, Charles Sears Baldwin, Hugh A. O'Donnell, Columbia University. Graduate School of Journalism, Missouri, Columbia University, Indiana Association of Teachers of English, Funk & Wagnalls, Simplified Spelling Board, Secondary Education Club (University of North Dakota), Council on Medical Education and Hospitals (American Medical Association), Journalism week in print (1912 : University of Missouri), and National Conference on Uniform Entrance Requirements in English (1912) (page images at HathiTrust)
  • [X-Info] Social justification of advertising (1906), by George Chapin (page images at HathiTrust; US access only)
  • [X-Info] Dance at the Slovak Workers Home (The League, 1927), by N.J. Young Workers League of America. Newark and Slovak Workers Home (page images at HathiTrust)
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