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Submissions from 1950

MORPHINE STUDIES: SYNTHESIS OF ANALOGS OF TETRAHYDRODESOXYCODEINE (1950) ANTHONY FRANCIS FINELLI

A STUDY ON ARABIC PATRIOTISM, SUPPLEMENTED BY A TRANSLATION OF THE 'KITABAL-HANIN ILA-L-AWTAN' BY AL-JAHIZ (1950) SALEH ZAHED HABAL

THE USE OF DOXA IN GREEK LITERATURE WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO THE NEW TESTAMENT (1950) EVERETT FALCONER HARRISON

A STUDY OF NEGROES EMPLOYED BY THE SUN SHIPBUILDING AND DRY DOCK COMPANY DURING WORLD WAR II AND THEIR PROBLEMS IN THE POST WAR PERIOD (1950) JEROME H HOLLAND

THOMAS D'URFEY'S LOVE FOR MONEY, OR, THE BOARDING SCHOOL; AN EDITION, WITH INTRODUCTION AND NOTES (1950) DONALD W SANVILLE

SIR RICHARD FANSHAWE: AN ACCOUNT OF HIS LIFE AND WRITINGS (1950) WILLIAM EUGENE SIMEONE

Submissions from 1949

LIBER II DRACONTII DE LAUDIBUS DEI (TRANSLATION AND TEXT WITH INTRODUCTION AND COMMENTARY) (1949) JOHN EDWARD BRESNAHAN

SAMUEL JACKSON PRATT: NOVELIST AND POET (1747-1814) (1949) C. RUTH WRIGHT HAYRE

HUMANITAS IN TUDOR LITERATURE (1949) ELIAS H PHILLIPS

SOUTH CAROLINA POLITICS: 1815-1833 (1949) PHILIP FREDERICK WILD

Submissions from 1948

THE RISE OF AN IRON COMMUNITY: AN ECONOMIC HISTORY OF LEBANON COUNTY, PENNSYLVANIA, FROM 1740 TO 1865 (1948) FREDERIC K MILLER

THE CHILEAN DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION (1948) KALMAN H SILVERT

THE TRADE OF REVOLUTIONARY CONNECTICUT (1948) ALBERT EDWARD VAN DUSEN

Submissions from 1947

SCIENCE AND HUMANITY IN PHILADELPHIA 1775-1790 (1947) WHITFIELD JENKS BELL

THE CULTURAL CLIMATE OF THE CENTENNIAL CITY: PHILADELPHIA, 1875-1876 (1947) DOROTHY DITTER GONDOS

ABORIGINAL URN BURIAL IN THE SOUTHEASTERN UNITED STATES. (1947) CATHERINE JOSEPHINE MCCANN

Submissions from 1946

DAUNTLESS WOMEN: THE STORY OF THE WOMAN SUFFRAGE MOVEMENT IN PENNSYLVANIA, 1910-1920 (1946) HENRIETTA LOUISE KRONE

Submissions from 1945

SYNTHESIS OF SOME PYRONE, CHROMONE AND COUMARIN DERIVATIVES (1945) LIEBE FRANK CAVALIERI

The degree of freedom with respect to theological doctrine permitted to members of local Baptist churches in American history to 1815 (1945) Ellery Bickford Haskell

 
 

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