The Value of Humanistic, Particularly Classical Studies as a Preparation for the Study of Medicine and of Engineering from the Point of View of the Professions: A Symposium from the Proceedings of the Classical Conference Held at Ann Arbor, Michigan March 29, 1906 (Google eBook)
Victor Clarence Vaughan, Charles Beylard Nancrede, Herbert Charles Sadler, Wilbert B. Hinsdale, Gardner Stewart Williams, Joseph Baker Davis
University of Michigan, 1906 - Classical education - 26 pages
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