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|Additional Physical Format:||Online version:
Bancroft, Frederic, 1860-1945.
Why the American Historical Association needs thorough reorganization.
Washington, D.C., National capital press, 1915-
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Frederic Bancroft; John Holladay Latané; Dunbar Rowland
|Notes:||In 4 parts. Pts. 2-4 have special t.p., with general title at foot.|
|Description:||68 p., 1 l. 23 cm.|
|Contents:||[pt. I] Why the American historical association needs thorough reorganization.--pt. II. The attempt to seize the American historical review. Rejoinder to Albert Bushnell Hart, by Frederic Bancroft. An open letter to Professor Andrew C. McLaughlin, chairman of the Committee of nine, by John H. Latané.--pt. III. Misrepresentations and concealments in opposition to reform in the American historical association, by Frederic Bancroft.--pt. IV. Correspondence between Frederic Bancroft and Charles H. Haskins about financial irregularities in the American historical association.|
|Responsibility:||Frederic Bancroft, John L. Latané, Dunbar Rowland.|