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John C. Gebhart • 4 Items / 3 Books, 1 Article
The Child-Health Library (1925)
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    In Brief Review (Review)
    The Child-Health Library, by John C. Gebhart
    1. The Child-Health Library by John C. Gebhart
    The Bookman, May 1925, p. 358
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    Biography (8 Reviews)
    1. Conscious Autosuggestion by Emile Coue and J. Louis Orton
    2. The Child-Health Library by John C. Gebhart
    3. The Little Church Around the Corner by George MacAdam
    4. Spirit and Music by H. Ernest Hunt
    5. English House Grounds by Mabel Parsons and Clarence Fowler
    6. The Swallow-Book by Ernst Toller
    7. Ebb-Tide by John McAlpin
    8. Wind Free by Marguerite Dixon Clark
    The Saturday Review, April 4, 1925, pp. 650-652
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    Notes on New Books (17 Reviews)
    A Woman of Fifty, by Rheta Childe Dorr
    1. A Woman of Fifty by Rheta Childe Dorr
    2. Skiing: With a Chapter on Snowshoeing by Ornulf Poulsen
    3. Fantasies and Impromptus by James Agate
    4. Monogatari by Don C. Seitz
    5. The Book of the Ranks and Dignities of British Society by Charles Lamb
    6. Germany in Transition by Herbert Kraus
    7. Common Stocks as Long Term Investments by Edgar Lawrence Smith
    8. The Flattering Word, and Other One-Act Plays by George Kelly
    9. Narcissus: An Anatomy of Clothes by Gerald Heard
    10. The Road to World Peace by Oscar Newfang
    11. The Child-Health Library by John C. Gebhart
    12. The Prime Ministers of Britain, 1721-1921 by Clive Bigham
    13. In an Unknown Land by Thomas Gann
    14. Strenuous Americans by Roy F. Dibble
    15. North America by L. Rodwell Jones and P.W. Bryan
    16. Literary Vespers by Edgar W. Burrill
    17. Short Plays from American History and Literature by Olive M. Price
    The Outlook, January 21, 1925, pp. 117-119