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21 Smith, Albert W FACING LIFE: An Address to the Graduating Class of Cornell University June 23rd 1921
Ithaca, NY: Cornell University, 1921. 1921. Good Signed
Ithaca, NY: Cornell University, 1921.. 1921.. Good. SIGNED BY ALBERT W. SMITH - Octavo, brown cloth with a printed label on the front cover. The binding is bumped. The head & tail of the spine are chipped. The spine is rubbed with some discoloration & a small chip out, possibly where a label has detached or been removed. Title & 32 pages. The contents are very good. Good.

Signed by Albert W. Smith on the front endpaper. Smith was the Chair of Cornell's Engineering Department and later president of the University.

Rare. WorldCat locates one copy. 
Price: 75.00 USD

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22 Sprague, William B AN ADDRESS DELIVERED AUGUST 16, 1843, BEFORE THE SOCIETY OF PHI BETA KAPPA IN YALE COLLEGE By William B. Sprague, D.D., of Albany. Published by Request of the Society
New Haven: Printed by B. L. Hamlen, 1843. 1843. Very good 
New Haven: Printed by B. L. Hamlen, 1843.. 1843.. Very good. - Octavo, softcover, originally bound in printed wraps. The wraps are lacking & the remnants of the backstrip adhere to the spine. The top inch of each leaf is detached. 48 pages. The edges of the title page are slightly darkened & there is some creasing to the last page along the spine. The condition of the contents is very good.

The subject of the address is literature and the responsibilities of men of letters. 
Price: 10.00 USD

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23 Ulich, Robert THE EDUCATION OF NATIONS: A Comparison in Historical Perspective
Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1961. 1961. Fine Signed
Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1961.. 1961.. Fine. - Octavo, cloth in dust wrapper. The covers are very lightly bumped. The dust jacket is lightly chipped & soiled with its spine faded & the extremities darkened. xiii, [1] leaf & 325 pages. The front endpapers are darkened, else near fine in a good dust wrapper.

First edition.

Inscribed by the author to Heinrich Brugsch on the front endpaper and signed "Robert". Dust jacket present. First Edition. 
Price: 25.00 USD

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24 Ulich, Robert; editor EDUCATION AND THE IDEA OF MANKIND. Edited by Robert Ulich. Under the Auspices of the Council for the Study of Mankind
New York: Harcourt, Brace & World, Inc. (1964). (1964). Good Signed
New York: Harcourt, Brace & World, Inc. (1964).. (1964).. Good. SIGNED BY ROBERT ULICH - Octavo, black cloth titled in gilt on the spine in a pictorial black dust wrapper. The covers are slightly bumped and rubbed at the extremities. The price-clipped dust jacket is heavily dampstained. 279 pages. Very good in a fair dw.

First edition. Inscribed and signed "Robert" by Robert Ulich on the front endpaper.

"A nation transmits its ideology to new generations through its schools. In the opinion of the educators represented here, the interdependence of nations today demands that this ideology be broad enough to include those universal values common to mankind as a whole...." -- Excerpted from the dw blurb.

Includes essays by Robert Ulich, John R. Seeley, George N. Shuster, Barbara Biber, John I. Goodlad, Earl S. Johnson, Horace M. Kallen, Paul F. Brandwein, Anne Roe, and Van Metes Ames. Dust jacket present. First Edition. 
Price: 10.00 USD

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25 Wilson, H.A. MAGDALEN COLLEGE.
London: F. E. Robinson and Company, 1899. 1899. Good 
- Octavo, dark blue cloth titled in gilt with decorations & a device in gilt on the front cover. The top edge is gilt. The binding is lightly rubbed with a very small area of the cloth rubbed away from the rear cover. The spine & the adjacent edges of the covers are darkened & the head of the spine is chipped. x & 281 pages plus index & 4-page publisher's catalog. Illustrated with 8 black & white plates, including a frontispiece with a tissue guard. A Magdalen College bookplate is mounted on the front pastedown. The edges of the tissue guard are darkened & there is scattered foxing throughout. Good.

First edition.

A title in the series University of Oxford College Histories. First Edition. 
Price: 15.00 USD

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26 Woodman, John S. A LIBERAL EDUCATION OR NOT. To the Young Men of New England: A Statement of the Condition and Objects of the Chandler Scientific Department of Dartmouth College, And Answers to Questions Often Proposed Respecting an Education and Going to College.
Hanover, NH: [Dartmouth College], 1863. 1863. Good 
Hanover, NH: [Dartmouth College], 1863.. 1863.. Good. - Octavo, unbound, removed at some time in the past from a larger bound volume of pamphlets. 16 pages sewn with tan cord. The title page & the last leaf are nearly detached & there is some staining & foxing to the last page. The top corners of the rear pages are lightly bumped. Good.

John S. Woodman, Professor of Civil Engineering, advises the young men of New England as to what considerations they should keep in mind when deciding whether to go to college and what courses they should take. 
Price: 25.00 USD

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AUTOGRAPH NOTE SIGNED BY PRESIDENT OF YALE COLLEGE THEODORE D. WOOLSEY DISMISSING CHARLES HALLOCK OF "FOREST AND STREAM" FROM THE COLLEGE., Woolsey, Theodore D. (1801-1889). President of Yale College 1846 to 1871.
27 Woolsey, Theodore D. (1801-1889). President of Yale College 1846 to 1871. AUTOGRAPH NOTE SIGNED BY PRESIDENT OF YALE COLLEGE THEODORE D. WOOLSEY DISMISSING CHARLES HALLOCK OF "FOREST AND STREAM" FROM THE COLLEGE.
Yale College: May 6, 1851. 1851. Good Signed
Yale College: May 6, 1851.. 1851.. Good. - 20 words penned on the first side of a sheet of light gray paper which has been folded once to form 4 sides, each 10-1/2 inches high by 8-1/4 inches wide. There is a raised seal in blind at top left. Signed "Theodore D. Woolsey, President". Folded 8 times for mailing. The corners & edges of the letter are creased with a short tear & a few tiny chips at the folds. Good.

An amusing note stating that "Charles Hallock, an unmatriculated student of the Freshman Class" is honorably dismissed from the college at his father's request. Charles Hallock went on to graduate from Amherst College. He became the financial editor of Harper's Weekly and founded the sportsmen's magazine Forest and Stream. The city of Hallock in Northwest Minnesota was named after him.

Theodore Dwight Woolsey [1801-1889] was an American academic and author and the influential President of Yale from 1846 through 1871. 
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