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The Colonial Period of American History
by Charles M. Andrews (1934)
Robert E. Lee: A Biography
by Douglas Southall Freeman (1934)
Works of John Galsworthy
The Church and the World
by Cyril E. Hudson and Maurice B. Reckitt (1938)
The Works of Washington Irving
The Progress of Nations
by Marcus Wilson Jernegan (1930)
Orientation for Modern Times
by Leo Katz and James Carson Webster (1936)
The Complete Short Stories of W. Somerset Maugham
A Picturesque Tale of Progress
by Olive Beaupre Miller and Harry Neal Baum (1935)
The Mind and Society
by Vilfredo Pareto and Arthur Livingston (1933)
Remembrance of Things Past
by Marcel Proust (1932)
The Public Papers and Addresses of Franklin D. Roosevelt
by Raleigh Schorling, John R. Clark, and Ro... (1935)
A Systematic Source Book in Rural Sociology
by Pitirim A. Sorokin, Carle C. Zimmerman, ... (1931)
Butler's Lives of the Saints
by Herbert J. Thurston, Norah Leeson, and A... (1933)
Soviet Communism: A New Civilization?
by Sidney Webb and Beatrice Webb (1936)
The New Junior Classics
by Mabel Williams and Marcia Dalphin (1938)
A Record of the War
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