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The gentle art of equanimity : The making of character ; Enthusiasm - an essential to greatness

Author: I Leo Fishbein; Louis Moreau; Joseph Ishill; Oriole Press (Berkeley Heights, N.J.),
Publisher: Berkeley Heights, New Jersey : Published & printed by the Oriole Press, [1963]
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: I Leo Fishbein; Louis Moreau; Joseph Ishill; Oriole Press (Berkeley Heights, N.J.),
OCLC Number: 7682369
Notes: "These three essays are published for the first time. Handset in Bodoni Book with Cloister & Hadriano for titles. Embellishments (woodcuts) by Louis Moreau. Printed on Strathmore Chroma paper. Edition of 75 copies for private circulation ... Joseph Ishill, typographer"--Colophon.
Description: 11 unnumbered pages : illustrations ; 21 cm
Contents: The gentle art of equanimity --
The making of character --
Enthusiasm - an essential to greatness.
Other Titles: Making of character.
Enthusiasm, an essential to greatness.
Responsibility: by I. Leo Fishbein, M. D.

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