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Essays in honor of A. Howry Espenshade, contributed by his colleagues in the Pennsylvania State College and presented to him in celebration of his thirty-ninth year of distinguished service, 1898-1937.
New York, T. Nelson, 1937
|Named Person:||A Howry Espenshade; A Howry Espenshade|
|All Authors / Contributors:||Pennsylvania State College.|
|Description:||viii, 263 pages frontispiece (portrait) 22 cm|
|Contents:||A. Howry Espenshade, a short biography, by C.W. Stodart.--The Nobel Lewis, by F.L. Pattee.--The escapes of Frank Stockton, by W.L. Werner.--The master instructs his puppets, by W.S. Dye, jr.--An entente cordiale in New York's civil war days, by C.E. Marquardt.--The Bible in Anglo-Saxon literature, by Mason Long.--Verse tags, by D.S. Mead.--Words and word-patterns, by W.S. Hoffman.--Confessions of a country newspaper columnist, by A.R. Warnock.--Political publicity: lessons of 1936, by H.F. Graves.--Louis Kossuth: guest of the nation, 1851-1853, by A.E. Martin.--Americanism today: a commemorative address, by J.H. Frizzell.--The teacher's responsibility, by F.D. Kern.--Dr. Evan Pugh, scientist and scholar, by E.R. Runkle.--The artist and the engineer, by R.L. Sackett.--Poetic form and style, by T.J. Gates.--On anthologies, by R.E. Galbraith.|