The International Who's who: Who's who in the World : a Biographical Dictionary of the World's Notable Living Men and Women

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International Who's Who Publishing Company, 1911 - Biography - 1133 pages
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Like most Google scans of old reference works I've seen, this is yet another example of poor workmanship and lack of oversight. It jumps from page 747 to 614 and goes on back through to page 747 (896 in PDF) where it then picks up and goes forward once again.

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Page 154 - Minard's — she married a scientific man, an officer of the Legion of Honor, and a member of the Institute too.
Page 368 - Oberlin and finally received the degree of Bachelor of Laws from the University of Michigan.
Page 154 - Arbor, and was graduated in 1892; entered upon the practice of law at Kansas City; in 1895 helped to organize the Kansas City school of law, and...
Page 144 - The will made bequests of $250,000 each to the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the American Museum of Natural History, the New York Association for Improving the Condition of the Poor, and the New York University.
Page 172 - Massachusetts he was a delegate to the Universal Congress of Lawyers and Jurists at St. Louis in 1904.
Page 200 - A Study of Kant's Psychology, with reference to the Critical Philosophy...
Page 25 - ... which tablet was modelled by Elizabeth St. John Matthews, a sculptor of high rank, who was the woman member of the International Jury of Awards at the St. Louis Exposition. The New Hampshire Board of Trade will visit the town of Newport...
Page 284 - Expn. of San Francisco and Atlanta, Ga. He executed many large works in bronze and marble for New York, San Francisco, Chicago and other cities. Pictures in Museums of Boston and Philadelphia. Academy...

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