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Certain Rich Men 

Biographies of Big Business 




WALL STREET 



ENOCH PRATT FREE LIBRARY 

Baltimore, Maryland 



1935 

Reused Edition 





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What Shall I Read? 

For puazled readers, we suggest a hundred or more books of 
the Twentieth Century, which others have found interesting. 

INTERESTING MEN AND WOMEN 



The Adams Family 


James T. Adams 


Letters of Gertrude Bell 


Lady Bell 


The Colvins and Their Friends 


Edward V. Lucas 


Darwin 


Charles H. Ward 


Life and Letters ot Emily Dickinson 


Martha D. Bianchi 


The Life of George Eliot 


E. and G. Romieu 


Elizabeth and Essex 


Giles L. Strachey 


Companions on the Trail 


Hamlin Garland 


Far Away and Long Ago 


Henry W. Hudson 


Testament of Youth 


Vera Brittain 


Poor Splendid Wings 


Frances V. Grebanier 


Pere Marquette 


Agnes Repplier 


Alice Meynell 


Viola Meynell 


They Had Their Hour 


Marquis James 


The Great Physician (Sir William Osier) 


Edith G. Reid 


The Conqueror's Lady : Inez Suarez 


Stella B. May 


Twenty Years A-growing 


Maurice O'Sullivan 


The Letters of Olive Schreiner 


S. C. Cronwright-Schreiner 


George Bernard Shaw 


Gilbert K. Chesterton 


Shelley, His Life and Work 


Walter E. Peck 


Titans of Literature, from Homer 




to the present 


Burton Rascoe 


Blessington-D'Orsay: a Masquerade 


Michael Sadleir 




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LETTERS < MEMOIRS 

and 

JOURNALS 




"O wonder! 
How many goodly creatures are there here! 
How beauteous mankind is! O brave new world. 
That has such people in't." — Miranda 



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BUSINESS TOOLS 

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"Business, Kings, Demagogs.- 

"Business civilizes the world. Kings, Emperors and 
Prmces once made laws all to their own profit with 
little thought to others' loss. 

Business asks for laws which are helpful alike to 
rum who buys and him who sells. 

Trade thrives only where all profit by her growth. 
If left unhindered by Tyrant, King, Parliament or 
Demagog she improves her own manners and cus- 
toms and laws that she may be everywhere more 
welcome. 

Therefore, as Business grows, the world civilizes 
herself; asks for peace; gives up race prejudice- ties 
people together with the bond of mutual profit- dis- 
covers and rewards talent: awards prizes to genius- 
marks the lazy and deceitful for failure in the long 
run, and gives to the industrious and fair dealing a 
sure reward." 

— John Cotton Dana 



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The 

Medieval Craftsman 




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FINE ARTS DEPARTMENT 
BALTIMORE, MARYLAND 
19 36 



GREEK AND 
ROMAN ART 

A LIST OF BOOKS 




THE ENOCH PRATT FREE LIBRARY 

Fine Arts Department 
BALTIMORE, MARYLAND 

1936 




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CHINESE ART 

A LIST OF BOOKS 




A Chinese symbol for longevity surrounded 
by fine belts denoting the jive great blessings : 
happiness, wealth, peace, virtue and long life. 



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1936 



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ART OF THE 
RENAISSANCE 
IN ITALY 

A List of Books 



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Baltimore. Maryland 
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The Gothic Spirit 



ARCHITECTURE 
and SCULPTURE 




ENOCH PRATT FREE LIBRARY 
Fine Arts Department 
BALTIMORE, MARYLAND 



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WAR 

TOMORROW ! 



Books on 

THE CAUSES 
THE CHARACTER 
and 

THE PREVENTION 
OF ANOTHER WORLD WAR 



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Books on Gardening 



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" Gardens are not made 

By singing: 'Ob bow beautiful!' 
ami sitting in the shade." — Kipling 



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1936 
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PENCIL DRAWING 



A LIST OF BOOKS 




THE ENOCH PRATT FREE LIBRARY 
Fine Arts Department 
BALTIMORE, MARYLAND 



1936 



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Gold Rush Days 




There's goW, and it's haunting and haunting; 
It's luring me on as of old. 

Robert W. Service 



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1936 

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EUROPEAN PAINTING 

IN THE NINETEENTH CENTURY 




COROT 
best beloved and most famous 
of nineteenth century painters 



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threshold of a house which one enters, 
wondering what the person he is to meet 
within will be like." 



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1936 

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One Hundred Books 

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Boots which every American, between the ages of 20 
and 45, should read. Compiled by Nathan G. Good- 
man, with the assistance of one hundred educated men 
and women whose names are in "Who's Who in 
America." Arranged in order of their popularity. 



Enoch Pratt Free Library 

Baltimore's Public Library 

1936 



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"Distinguished "Books 



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'Recent Years 




After consulting several celebrated English writers as 
of their personal choices, James Milne proposes thefoU 
lowing books published since the World War as being 
likely "to face best the challenge of the supreme attestor, 
Time." 



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Balimore's Public Library 




Report Writing 



Some Good Books 



Enoch Pratt Free Library * Baltimore, Md. 



The ability to construct a satisfactory report is essential to" 
day in any engineering, scientific, financial or administrative 
work. "The preparation of reports ... is perhaps the 
most difficult and highly skilled form of business writing." — 
R, U. Fitting 

The Preparation of Reports R. P. Baker 

Ronald 1923 
A systematic analysis of report-writing with many examples 
of information, examination, recommendation and experimen- 
tal research reports. The suggestions should be valuable both 
to students and those in active professional and business life. 



An excellent manual giving pointers on how to present clear- 
ly, concisely and convincingly the results of investigations and 
of daily routine. Examples are included giving typical reports 
in various fields, — marketing, industrial management, account- 
ing, finance, and business statistics, — with comments as to the 
success or failure of the report in each case. TJ 5353. B65 

Manual of Research and Reports Dartmouth College 

Williams & Wilkins 1931 

The business man whose report must stand up under keen 
criticism will find this little volume extremely helpful. Sug- 
gestions about research procedure are based on the experien- 
ces of the Faculty of the Amos Tuck School of Administra- 
tion and Finance; there are authoritative recommendations as 
to form and style. Special attention is paid to problems in the 
field of business, economics and public affairs. EE 1478. D3 



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Suggestions on Report Writing 

Harvard University ; 



1930 



N. H. Borden 
and E. P. Learned 



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This 
Machine Age 




Our civilization is like a Ford; mechanically 
good, standardized, yet capable of great mobil- 
ity, ready to run on any road, restless, aimless 
but vital and moving. " _ John Dewey 

This is but one of the many discriminating 
comments on ourselves and our world which 
you will find in these books. 



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ENOCH PRATT FREE LIBRARY 
BALTIMORE'S PUBLIC LIBRARY 

The Field of Social Work — A Booklist 

GENERAL THEORY AND PRACTICE 

De Schweinitz, K. The Art of Helping People out of Trouble. 1924 

This eminent executive makes the problems of a less fortunate neighbor 
understandable in terms of our own. He stresses the human element as 
well as the scientific technique in outlining the intellectual steps by which 
the case worker must climb to an understanding of his task. 

Family Welfare Association of America. Interviews, Interviewers and 
Interviewing. 1931 

A very practical manual with illustrative cases on the technique of the in- 
terview. 

Gillin, J. L. Social Pathology. 1933 

An attempt to treat social maladjustments in a framework of sociological 
theory. Pathology of the individual, domestic relationships, cultural re- 
lations, and social organization, and the breakdown of economic relations are 
treated in separate sections. 

Heath, Esther. A Study in Social Treatment: the Approach to the 
Parent 1933 

A group of cases selected from records of a child guidance clinic make an 
important contribution to the understanding of techniques in the practice 
of social case work. 

Hewes, Amy. Contribution of Economics to Social Work. 1931 

The economic factors in social work and important aspects of economics as 
it relates to social reconstruction are discussed by the author. 

Karpf, M. J. Scientific Basis of Social Work. 1931 

In the field of family case work the author tries to establish the kind of 
scientific knowledge which is as basic to social work as chemistry is to medi- 
cine. 

Maclver, R. M. Contribution of Sociology to Social Work. 1931 

The author discusses the relation of the science of sociology to the art of 
the social worker, primarily the social case worker. Attention is called to 
the contribution the social worker might make to the science. 

Niebuhr, Reinhold. Contribution of Religion to Social Work. 1932 

"A clear, forceful, and frank analysis of the relation of religion and social 
work." 

North, C. C. Community and Social Welfare. 1931 

A discussion of the community in relation to its program for social work, 
and an outline of the various aspects of the general program under such 
headings as needy children, the negro, community funds, and leisuie-time 
activities. 






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WELCH MEDICAL LIBRARY 
PROJECT REPORT 

ANALYSIS OF INTERVIEWS ON INDEXING OF MEDICAL LITERATWE 



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A. QUARTERLY CUMULATIVE INDEX MEDICUS 15 

1, As the preferred index — — 16 

2, As an author index primarily . 17 

3, Critical comments — ■ ■ — — — 17 

U* Comments from librarians 20 

B. INDEX-CATALOGUE - 21 

1, As a source of historical material — . 21 

2, Critical comments — - — ■ 25 

C. CURRENT LIST — 27 

D. EXCERPTA MEDICA — — 30 

E. CHEMICAL ABSTRACTS — 31 

F. BIOLOGICAL ABSTRACTS — 3k 

V NEEDS • 36 

A. General Views — — 36 

B. As to Scope and Coverage — — — — — > 38 

1. General 38 

2. Coverage of QCIM UO 

3. As related to promptness — U2 

h. Coverage of foreign literature ——————— I4.2 

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D. As to Training in the Use of Bibliographical Tools — U5 

E. Abstracts Versus Indexfes ■ — ,— JH— — h6 

F» Duplication '• U8 

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"Through books we have appraised our enemies and discov- 
ered our allies . We have learned something of American valor in 
battle. We have come to understand better the kind of war we must 
fight and the kind of peace we must establish 

n A war of ideas can no more bo won without books than a 
naval war can be vron without ships.... I hope that all who write and 
publish and sell and administer books will re-dedicate themselves to 
the single task of arming the mind and spirit of the American people 
with the strongest and most enduring weapons," 

Franklin D. Roosevelt. 



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ANNUAL REPORT OF THE COLLEGE LIBRARY 
1946-1947 




BOOKS 



If the students, the teachers and the researchers who 
use the college library were asked to name the most signifi- 
cant events of the year in the history of the library, they 
would possibly think first of books that have been added; 
but the significant acquisitions will not be the same for 
all people. The purchase of fifty-seven volumes of 
Petermanns geoeraphische Mitteiluneen . 1855-189?-, will be 
considered by the geographer an event of major importance to 
his department, but the German department will think of Grimm's 
Woerterbuch . These are important happenings in the history 
of the library which are not revealed in figures reporting 
the number of volumes added to the college book collections 
during the year; The monthly lists of new publications added 
to the library give this information in detail. Here we re- 
port only that the total was 10,391 volumes added to the li- 
brary in the first ten months of the year. 

Not all the books added to the library are purchased. 
We are always indebted to our good friends for their gifts. 
Professor Asa Earl Martin donated his library of approximate- 
ly 1,000 volumes, which are shelved in the History Seminar 
Room. The Mineral Industries Library received the George 
Cotton Munroe Collection of 104 volumes in geology. Friends 



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1946-1947 



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If the students, the teachers and the researchers who 
use the college library were asked to name the most signifi- 
cant events of the year in the history of the library, they 
would possibly think first of books that have been added; 
but the significant acquisitions will not be the same for 
all people. The purchase of fifty-seven volumes of 
Pot.prmanns flfingraphischp Ml tteilungen. 1855-1892, will be 
considered by the geographer an event of major importance to 
his department, but the German department will think of Grimm's 
VJnerterbuch . These are important happenings in the history 
of the library which are not revealed in figures reporting 
the number of volumes added to the college book collections 
during the year. The monthly lists of new publications added 
to the library give this information in detail. Here we re- 
port only that the total was 10,391 volumes added to the li- 
brary in the first ten months of the year. 

Not all the books added to the library are purchased. 
We are always indebted to our good friends for their gifts. 
Professor Asa Earl Martin donated his library of approximate- 
ly 1,000 volumes, which are shelved in the History Seminar 
Room. The Mineral Industries Library received the George 
Cotton Munroe Collection of 104 volumes in geology. Friends 



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Books in Print, 1948 



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READING FOR PLEASURE 

Junior High School 
Third Year 



"He that loves reading has everything within his reach. " 



The promised land Antin 
A girl whose family had been persecuted under the old regime 
in Russia finds in America her promised land. 

Evelina Arblay 
The adventures of an artless young female of obscure birth but 
conspicuous beauty upon her Entrance into the World. 

Mansfield Park Austen 

Fanny Price whose mother married poorly "to disoblige her 
family" is adopted by her aunt, the mistress of Mansfield Park. 

Little minister Barrie 
Masquerading as a gypsy, Babbie fascinates the little minister. 

Jane Eyre Bronte 
An orphan English girl finally triumphs over adversity. 

Cruise of the Cachalot Bullen 

Kipling said of it, "I've never read anything that equals it in 
its deep-sea wonder and mystery." 

Pilgrim's progress Bunyan 

The adventures of Christian, the pilgrim, on the King's high- 
way. 

Skyward Byrd 
Of the brilliant flights of this great explorer of the air. 

. Messer Marco Polo Byrne 

The story of Marco Polo of Venice, as it might have been, 
and his love for Golden Bells, daughter of Kubla Khaa 




READING FOR PLEASURE 

Junior High School 
Second Year 



"A book fitly chosen is a life-long friend." 



The conqueror Atherton 

The true and romantic story of Alexander Hamilton, child of 
the West Indies and patriot of our country. 

Pride and prejudice Austen 

Mr. Bingley, "young, wonderfully handsome and extremely 
agreeable," becomes a neighbor of the five Bennett girls. 

Master Skylark Bennett 

A boy of Stratford, kidnapped by traveling players and taken 
to London, meets Shakespeare and sings before the- Queen. 

Lorna Doone Blackmore 

Of the outlaw Doones and of honest John Ridd whose chance 
encounter with Lorna made him soldier and knight. 

Don Quixote Cervantes 

The strange and amusing adventures of a knight errant and 
his squire. 

Last of the Mohicans Cooper 

"Driven they were from their council-fires, and scattered like 
broken herds of deer among the hills of the Iroquois." 

Two years before the mast Dana 

A college boy shipped on a sailing vessel in the days when the 
path to California lay around Cape Horn. 

Grover Cleveland Davis 

A poor boy who overcame great obstacles, set new standards 
of political thinking and became president. 



READING FOR PLEASURE 




" "Tia the good reader thai makes the good hook." 



Young trailers 

Pioneer days in Kentucky. 

Story of Roland Baldwin 

Here are related the daring feats and great exploits of Roland, 

worthiest of the barons of France. 

Barnaby Lee Bennett 

Along the shore of the Potomac stretched the large estate from 
which Barnaby Lee was almost defrauded 

Camp Ken-jockety Bennett 

Joyce Hamilton's vacation dayr, on Georgian Bay. 

Children of the dawn Buckley 
These dramatic tales of love, adventure, heroism and defeat 
are touched with Greek spirit. 

Once in France Clement 

Vivacious and gaily told stories of old France. 

Adventures of Odysseus Colum 

Telemachus, in search of his father Odysseus, hears from 
Menrtaus and Helen the tale of Troy. 

Children of Odin Colum 

Of the wanderings of Odin, of mischievous Loki, of Sigurd 
the brave and the twilight of the gods 





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