Under Handicap: A Novel

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Harper & Brothers, 1914 - 321 pages
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Page 298 - Really I do not know whether to thank most Frank Millet, who first put it into my rather dense head that we ought to have a great artist to design these medals or to thank you for consenting to undertake the work. My dear fellow, I am very grateful to you, and I am very proud to have been able to associate you in some way with my administration. I like the medals immensely; but that goes without saying, for the work is eminently characteristic of you.
Page 17 - The plaster is cut into narrow strips, from a quarter of an inch to an inch in width, and varying in length from two to three inches, to six or more, depending upon the size of the wound.
Page 73 - Crawford and tell him that he was not used to this sort of thing and did not intend to try to grow accustomed to it.
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