September 1939
Education;Sep1939, Vol. 60 Issue 1, p64
Academic Journal
The article presents a list of new educational books, including "A History of the Position of Dean of Women in a Selected Group of Co-educational Colleges and Universities in the United States," by Lulu Holmes, "The Contributions of Cumulative Personnel Records to a Teacher-Education Program," by Rebecca Catherine Tansil, "A History of Education Chart," by Lester B. Sands and John C. Almock, "The Background of Modern Nations," by C. H. McClure, Charles C. Scheck and W. W. Wright, and "Speech Education," by Sara M. Barber.


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