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Lockwood, Frank C. (Frank Cummins), 1864-1948.
Freshman and his college.
Boston, New York [etc.] D.C. Heath & Co. 
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Frank C Lockwood
|Description:||vi p., 1., 156 p. 17 cm.|
|Contents:||--Introduction.--The afterself, by D.S. Jordan.--An address to freshmen, by W.D. Hyde.--Habit, by W. James.--How to study, by F.C. Lockwood.--Recent tendencies in college education, by D.S. Jordan.--The new definition of the cultivated man, by C.W. Eliot.--Two kinds of education for engineers, by J.B. Johnson.--A poisonous phrase, by W.D. Hyde.--An inaugural address, by A. Meiklejohn.--The philosophy of education, by J.G. Hibben.--New wine in old bottles, by W.W. Thoburn.--The description of a gentleman, by J.H. Newman.|
|Responsibility:||by Francis Cummins Lockwood.|