The George Leib Harrison Foundation for the Encouragement of Liberal Studies and the Advancement of Knowledge, 1896-1906 ...

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Page 47 - Department of the Wharton School of Finance and Commerce of the University of Pennsylvania.
Page 24 - TRANSLATIONS OF GERMAN POETRY IN AMERICAN MAGAZINES, 1741-1810. Together With Translations of Other Teutonic Poetry and Original Poems Referring to the German Countries Edited by Edward Z.
Page 37 - Kellogg reported determinations of the phosphoric acid removed by crops, by dilute nitric acid, and by ammonium hydroxid from a limed and unlimed soil receiving various phosphates.
Page 6 - ... received the degree of Doctor of Philosophy from the University of Pennsylvania, and permanently resumed his duties at the Station in June, 1903.
Page 49 - A history of Thessaly from the earliest historical times to the accession of Philip V of Macedonia ; printed in part; doctoral dissertation ; New Era Printing Co., Lancaster, Pa., 1904, viii + 27 pp.
Page 50 - A measure was introduced at the instance of the Charity Organization Society and the Association for Improving the Condition of the Poor...
Page 89 - The Effect of Unionism Upon the Mine Worker. Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science, January, 1903.
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Page 11 - December, 1925, published by the Department of Historical Research of the Carnegie Institution of Washington.
Page 1 - GEORGE LEIB HARRISON FOUNDATION. Through the generosity of the late CC Harrison, LL.D., Provost of the University, 1894-1910, a fund was presented to the University in 1895 known as the "George Leib Harrison Foundation for the Encouragement of Liberal Studies and the Advancement of Knowledge.

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