Bulletin Of The Public Library

Author: Providence Public Library (R.I.)
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List Of Additions With Notes

Author: Free Public Library (Worcester, Mass.)
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A History Of American Magazines 1885 1905

Author: Frank Luther Mott
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From the Introduction: An examination of American magazines and an investigation into their history show that their importance rests upon three services which they perform and which may be noted briefly here. First, they provide a democratic literature which is sometimes of high quality. The general magazine's audience must perforce be a popular one, and even the specialized periodicals whose appeal is limited to particular classes are subject to the referendum and recall of an annual subscription campaign just as the general manager is. Periodicals must keep very close to their public; they must catch the slightest nuances of popular taste. Second, the magazine has played an important part in the economics of literature. Third, periodical files furnish an invaluable contemporaneous history of their times. This fact has found increasing recognition among historians during the last forty years. The session of the American Historical Association for 1908 was devoted to a consideration of the use of periodicals in historical studies. Even the writing of literary history shows some signs in these days of catching up with the procession and recognizing the importance of social, economic, geographical, industrial, and educational factors in the development of literature. The time is happily past when biographical sketches plus criticisms of masterpieces may be accepted as literary history. --page 2-3.

Monthly Bulletin Of The Providence Public Library

Author: Providence Public Library (R.I.)
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Monthly Bulletin Of The Providence Public Library

Author: Providence Public Library (R.I.)
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Report Of The Librarian Of The State Library Of Massachusetts

Author: State Library of Massachusetts
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Special Bulletin

Author: State Library of Massachusetts
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Legislative Documents Submitted To The General Assembly Of The State Of Iowa

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Catalogue Of The J Morgan Slade Library And Other Architectural Works In The Apprentices Library And Supplements No 1 12 To The Finding List Of The Apprentices Library

Author: General Society of Mechanics and Tradesmen of the City of New York. Apprentices' Library
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The Providence Athenaeum Bulletin

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Biennial Report Of The State Librarian To The Governor Of The State Of Iowa

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Report for 1871/1873-1903/1905 contains a list of additions to the miscellaneous and law departments.

Au Japon

Author: Amédée Baillot de Guerville
Editor: Parlor Press LLC
ISBN: 1602356815
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In AU JAPON (1904), de Guerville recounts with mostly comical gaze—and perhaps a touch of imagination—his experiences in the Far East during the years 1892 and 1894. As the author himself confesses, “each of us sees things in our own way.” After a century, that of Monsieur de Guerville is worth rediscovering. In addition to translating the original French, DANIEL C. KANE provides a thorough introduction, a glossary of key figures, a chronology of de Guerville’s publications, and an index.

Bulletin

Author: Manchester City Library (Manchester, N.H.)
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Daily Newspapers In The United States

Author: Callie Wieder
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Select List Of References On The Cost Of Living And Prices

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Bulletin Of The Mercantile Library Of Philadelphia

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Bulletin

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Annual Report

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National Register Of Microform Masters

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Power And Policy

Author: Lawrence Lenz
Editor: Algora Publishing
ISBN: 0875866654
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"Through its military policy and foreign policy, America attained superpower status in a remarkably short period of time. Nations survive based on their ability to provide internal order and external defense. Unfortunately, foreign policy goals are not always attained, and sometimes those goals are based on questionable concepts. Power and Policy examines the relationship of the US military and naval power with its foreign policy objectives, exploring the policies and the use of force that propelled the United States into the first ranks of world power. The book asks when military action is needed and how such action can change the very context within which foreign policy unfolds. The study focuses on twelve major decisive events in history during the late 19th and early 20th centuries, including: a hurricane in Samoa and its effect on the German and US navies, the outcomes that followed the Spanish-American War, the role of Panama in the development of a trans-continental powerhouse, the US approach to southern neighbors including Nicaragua and Mexico, maneuvering for a stronger global position at the conclusion of World War I, and the establishment of naval parity with Great Britain. The facts, background and analysis enable readers to understand interventions that defined and then re-defined United States foreign policy for the rest of the 20th century."--Publisher's description.