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📒Princeton Alumni Weekly ✍ International Financial Conference
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📒Princeton Alumni Weekly ✍ Anonymous
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📒The Princeton Alumni Weekly Vol 6 ✍ Edwin M. Morris
📝The Princeton Alumni Weekly Vol 6 Book Synopsis : Excerpt from The Princeton Alumni Weekly, Vol. 6: September 30, 1905 F or the line, Captain Cooney must depend largely upon substitutes, including Caro thers '06, who weighs about 185 pounds and is being tried at center; Rafferty '06, who is again out for guard and is doing better than heretofore; Waller '06, also at guard; and Herring '07, Baker '07, and Brown'07 at tackle. For end the leading candidates are Tooker '06, right end on last year's eleven; Brasher '06, Munn '06, who has been tried back of the line for three years, and Fryer, the Hill School freshman. About the Publisher Forgotten Books publishes hundreds of thousands of rare and classic books. Find more at www.forgottenbooks.com This book is a reproduction of an important historical work. Forgotten Books uses state-of-the-art technology to digitally reconstruct the work, preserving the original format whilst repairing imperfections present in the aged copy. In rare cases, an imperfection in the original, such as a blemish or missing page, may be replicated in our edition. We do, however, repair the vast majority of imperfections successfully; any imperfections that remain are intentionally left to preserve the state of such historical works.
📝The Princeton University Library Chronicle Book Synopsis : Vol. 1- includes section "Biblia, devoted to the interests of the Friends of the Princeton Library," v. 11-
📒Norman Thomas On War ✍ Norman Thomas
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📒Mclean Papers Papers Etc ✍ John William McLean
📝McLean Papers Papers Etc Book Synopsis : Box 1 : Carrie McLean's diary entitled 'America and England Programme', detailing trip in July-September, 1952 -- Maps, tourist information, accommodation information, University magazines and publications and ephemera associated with trip / Box 2 : Maps, tourist information, brochures and ephemera from trip around America and Europe in July-September 1952 -- Photographs from Yosemite National Park -- Bag of memorabilia and ephemera from trip on the Shaw Savill Line (Southhampton to Wellington) in January 1953 / Box 3 : Collection of letters from Carrie McLean to her mother -- 5 envelopes of photographs and portraits -- 2 loose portraits -- Assorted personal letters and correspondence -- Assorted certificates, invitations and memorabilia -- Envelope of examination results -- Envelope of service records from Defense HQ, Wellington -- File of Superannuation documentation -- File of receipts, tax returns, warranties and insurance documentation -- File of Southern Cross claims -- File of information relating to Timaru High School -- File containing will of Wilfred Edward Turland -- Pocket diary of John McLean -- Alexander Pope poetry book -- 'For Doctors only' joke book -- File of sculpture photographs (Theo Janssen?) -- Book entitled 'Constitutions of Free and Accepted Masons 1909 / Box 4 : Veterinary instruments and equipment / Box 5 : Envelope of business letters and correspondence to and from John McLean -- John McLean's dissertation entitled 'A Study of Prolapse of the Vagina in Ewes -- Envelope of notes on vaginal prolapse -- Envelope of newspaper clippings -- 'El Rodeo' yearbook of the University of California at Davis, 1952 -- File on New Zealand Veterinary Association Presidents -- Envelope containing speech given at Princeton University, Princeton Alumni Weekly magazine, The Harvey S. Firestone Memorial Library magazine and loose diary pages -- Speech for unidentified radio show entitled 'The Changing World : Agriculture : Bakewells Descendents' -- Address entitled 'The Conversion of Pasture by Ruminants' - part of 'The Sustenance of Mankind' series -- Indexed memo book of John McLean / Box 6 : Reports of research work conducted at Canterbury Agricultural College, Lincoln, by varied authors -- 2 radio talks by Dr. P.R. McMahon and A.E. Henderson / Box 7 : File containing reports regarding lamb and sheep growth rates -- File containing reports and notes regarding sheep and cattle diseases -- File containing notes, reports and information connected to Planned Animal Health and Production Services -- 2 files of notes and information regarding Meat Inspector Courses -- 1 file of lecture notes for Meat Inspector Courses -- Envelope entitled 'Old research data' containing one notebook -- Envelope entitled ' Old Reports', containing notes, addresses and reports -- Envelope of information and correspondence from Merck, Sharp and Dohme Research Laboratories / Box 8 : 3 envelopes of published papers, reprints of articles and notes -- 3 boxes of slides -- 1 envelope of surgery and laboratory photographs / Box 9 : Book of notes -- File of notes and articles on mineral deficiencies / Box 10 : 2 wooden crests -- Lincoln College Students' and Old Students' Magazine, 1967 -- Canterbury University College Degree Day pamphlet , 1936 -- File of notes and articles regarding contributions of Lincoln College to the farming community -- 2 files of notes on the Centennial History of Lincoln College -- Envelope of information regarding Jack Lovelock -- Envelope containing copy of 'The Truth' report concerning Lincoln College Professor R.E. Alexander -- Envelope containing address delivered by Tan Sri Dato (Dr.) Ani Bin Arope at Lincoln University Graduation Ceremony, 22 April 1994 / Box 11 : 1 file of papers about pure species pastures -- 1 file of notes about teaching -- 1 file of notes about reproduction -- 1 file of notes about external parasites -- 1 file of articles and reports -- 1 file and 1 envelope of notes about selenium and vitamin E -- 1 file of notes on the New Zealand veterinary profession and the history of Lincoln College for Sally Davey / Box 12 : 1 file of notes to Meat Inspectors -- 1 file of notes from Faculty Committee Meetings -- 1 file of notes concerning Faculty Committee recommendations -- 1 file of notes about neuromuscular physiology -- 1 file of notes about digestion -- 1 envelope of reports / Diary of Carrie McLean, June 1950-July 1952 / Live stock book.
📒And Still Peace Did Not Come ✍ Agnes Kamara-Umunna
📝And Still Peace Did Not Come Book Synopsis : When bullets hit Agnes Kamara-Umunna's home in Monrovia, Liberia, she and her father hastily piled whatever they could carry into their car and drove toward the border, along with thousands of others. An army of children was approaching, under the leadership of Charles Taylor. It seemed like the end of the world. Slowly, they made their way to the safety of Sierra Leone. They were the lucky ones. After years of exile, with the fighting seemingly over, Agnes returned to Liberia--a country now devastated by years of civil war. Families have been torn apart, villages destroyed, and it seems as though no one has been spared. Reeling, and unsure of what to do in this place so different from the home of her memories, Agnes accepted a job at the local UN-run radio station. Their mission is peace and their method is reconciliation through understanding and communication. Soon, she came up with a daring plan: Find the former child soldiers, and record their stories. And so Agnes, then a 43-year-old single mother of four, headed out to the ghettos of Monrovia and befriended them, drinking Club Beer and smoking Dunhill cigarettes with them, earning their trust. One by one, they spoke on her program, Straight from the Heart, and slowly, it seemed like reconciliation and forgiveness might be possible. From Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf, Africa's first female president, to Butt Naked, a warlord whose horrific story is as unforgettable as his nickname--everyone has a story to tell. Victims and perpetrators. Boys and girls, mothers and fathers. Agnes comforts rape survivors, elicits testimonials from warlords, and is targeted with death threats--all live on the air. Set in a place where monkeys, not raccoons, are the scourge of homeowners; the trees have roots like elephant legs; and peacebuilding is happening from the ground-up. Harrowing, bleak, hopeful, humorous, and deeply moving--And Still Peace Did Not Come is not only Agnes's memoir: It is also her testimony to a nation's descent into the horrors of civil war, and its subsequent rise out of the ashes.
📒The Culinary Canine ✍ Kathryn Levy Feldman
📝The Culinary Canine Book Synopsis : Presents interviews with top chefs about the home cooked food that they prepare for their own dogs along with thirty recipes for their dishes.