Lecture on the advantages derived from cultivating the arts and sciences by G. Emerson

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Statementby Gouverneur Emerson ... Delivered before the Philadelphia Mercantile Library Association, in the hall of the Musical fund society. December 8, 1939.
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LC ClassificationsLB41 .E47
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Pagination22 p.
Number of Pages22
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LC Control Number36036049
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