How They Succeeded

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Kessinger Publishing, Mar 1, 2003 - Self-Help - 372 pages
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1901. Life stories of successful men by themselves. Found within are chapters entitled: Marshall Field; Bell Telephone Talk; Why the American People Like Helen Gould; Philip D. Armour's Business Career; What Miss Mary E. Proctor Did to Popularize Astronomy; Boyhood Experience of President Schurman of Cornell University; Story of John Wanamaker; Giving Up Five Thousand a Year to Become a Sculptor; Nordica, What It Costs to Become a Queen of Song; How He Worked to Secure a Foothold; John D. Rockefeller; Author of the Battle Hymn of the Republic; A Talk With Edison; Carnegie As a Metal Worker; John B. Herreshoff, the Yacht Builder; How Theodore Thomas Brought the People Nearer to Music; John Burroughs at Home; Vreeland's Romantic Story; How James Whitcomb Riley Came to Be Master of the Hoosier Dialect.

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