Ex-presidents of the National Amateur Press Association: Sketches

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W.P. Cook, 1919 - Amateur journalism - 93 pages
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Page 3 - President of our beloved organization, an executive of untiring efforts bound to make the coming year the most successful in the history of the National Amateur Press Association.
Page 38 - Since 1901 he has been engaged in the active practice of law in the City of Philadelphia.
Page 51 - Association and in the fall of the same year became a member of the National Amateur Press Association.
Page 33 - Literary party, he was elected president by the largest vote ever cast up to that time. He was very active and was soon accounted one of the leaders.
Page 33 - He is a member of the Masons, Knights of Pythias, Junior Order...
Page 34 - In 1892, he graduated from the University of Pennsylvania, Wharton School of Finance and Economics and, in 1894, from the law department.

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