EDUCATION

[ E. M. O'R. Dickey, Irish wood engraver. ] Two ALsS, two TLsS and an ANS (all 'E. M. O'R. Dickey'), to K. W. Luckhurst and W. Perry of the Royal Society of Arts, concerning the Sanderson 'Travelling Bursary for a teacher of art'.

Author: 
E. M. O'R. Dickey [ Edward Montgomery O'Rorke Dickey ] (1894-1977), Irish wood engraver [ Harold Sanderson; William Perry and K. W. Luckhurst, Secretaries, Royal Society of Arts; Board of Education ]
Publication details: 
Six items to Luckhurst on Board of Education letterheads; letter to Perry from Plas Dulas, Llanddulas, North Wales. The seven items dating from between 1936 and 1938.
£180.00

The seven items in good condition, on lightly-aged and worn paper. With stamps of the Royal Society of Arts. The letter to Perry is a typed report of 2pp., folio, and more heavily worn than the rest of the correspondence. It is dated 11 August 1936, and discusses 'schemes similar to Sandersons [...] in which a firm offers work experience as part of a course taken by full-time students not previously employed in industry' and 'part-time release'.

[ University College, University of London. ] Printed ticket of admission to lectures for BA student Edward M. Lake, signed by his professors Sir William Ramsay, A. W. Porter, M. J. M. Hill, N. T. M. Wilsmore, F. T. Trouton and W. G. Hartog.

Author: 
University College, University of London; Sir William Ramsay (1852-1916), Nobel-prize-winning chemist; M. J. M. Hill; Alfred William Porter; N. T. M. Wilsmore; Frederick Thomas Trouton; W. G. Hartog
Publication details: 
University of London, University College. Session of 1909-1910.
£120.00

On both sides of a 11.5 x 15 cm piece of card. Printed in black ink, and completed in manuscript. An interesting piece of University of London ephemera. Aged and worn. The front is headed 'UNIVERSITY OF LONDON. | UNIVERSITY COLLEGE.' and records that Lake has paid his fee of thirty-six guineas. At bottom left: 'This Ticket must be presented for signature to the Professors of the Classes for which it is issued.' On the reverse is a grid, with the signatures of: 'M. J. M. Hill' [ Micaiah John Muller Hill (1856-1929) ] for 'Pure Mathematics'; 'Alfred W.

[ Girl Guides in 1930s Britain. ] Album of photographs of a company of Girl Guides camping at a number of locations including Foxlease in Hampshire and Tarrant Keyneston in Dorset, taken between 1929 and 1936, compiled by 'E. Tait'.

Author: 
[ Girl Guide movement in 1930s Great Britain; Foxlease, Hampshire; 'E. Tait'; 'Miss Popham' ]
Publication details: 
The photographs mainly taken at Foxlease in Hampshire, but also at Tarrant Keyneston, Dorset, and other locations. Between 1929 and 1936.
£220.00

189 black and white photographs, ranging in size from 15 x 10.5 cm to 4.5 x 7 cm, loosely inserted (i.e. not mounted but removable) on the fifty leaves of a 20 x 30 cm album. While the photographs themselves are in good condition, the album is somewhat worn and aged. Painted in large Gothic letters at centre of front cover is 'Camp Snaps'; with the name of the compiler 'E. TAIT' at top right. Inscribed inside cover 'From “Porky” | September 4th, 1934'. The leaves of the album are made of thick black paper, and more than three-quarters of the photographs are neatly captioned in white ink.

[ Aldeburgh National School Log Book ] Collins' Diary or Log Book [ Aldeburgh N[ational] School Infants' Department

Author: 
[ Aldeburgh, Suffolk, the National School Infants' Department
Publication details: 
1876-1915.
£450.00

Note: "After the 1870 Education Act all schools paid for by taxes were visited by inspectors. On their visits, the inspectors would read the school diary or log book to find out what had been happening. The book had to be 'stoutly bound' (strong) and have at least 500 pages. The headteacher had to write in it at least once a week, noting down information about daily school life, attendance, illness and any important events." 503 [five hundred and three]pp., 4to, with initial index pages (blank, one leaf detached, hf.lea.

Printed list of 'Past Students of the Cambridge University Training College for Schoolmasters, with the Schools in which they are now serving.'

Author: 
W. Durnford, Principal; S. S. F. Fletcher, Vice-Principal; The Cambridge University Training College for Schoolmasters
Publication details: 
[ The Cambridge University Training College for Schoolmasters. ] Warkworth House, Cambridge, March, 1912.
£90.00

4pp., 4to. In fair condition, aged, and with wear and closed tears to extremities. With label, stamp and shelfmarks of the Board of Education Reference Library. Long list in small print, dating from between 1898 and 1911, and with entries listed under five columns: 'Name of Student', 'College', 'Year of leaving College', 'Degree' and 'Present School'. First entry reads: 'Bernays, A. E. | Trinity 1898 | 1st Class Div. 1, Classical Tripos, Part I. 1895. 2nd Class, Part II. 1897. | Educational Editor to Mr. Edward Arnold.' Last entry reads: 'Wood, F. J. | Jesus | 1911 | B.A.

[ Antoine Renou, French painter and playwright. ] Autograph Letter Signed ('Renou'), 'Au Citoyen Monger', a secretary to the Institut National

Author: 
Antoine Renou (1731-1806), French painter and playwright [ Monger of the Institut National; Pierre Bénézech (1749-1802), French Minister of the Interior ]
Publication details: 
'ce 4 Thermidor. An 5e.' [ 23 July 1797 ]
£450.00

4pp., 8vo. Bifolium. In good condition, on lightly-aged paper. Signed 'Salut et fraternité | Renou'. A long and interesting letter, regarding student unrest in the French revolution, and involving a descision taken by the 'Classe des Sciences et Artes de l'Institut, qui acorde un jour de prolongation aux Concurrens pour les prix de Peinture', and the attempts of the Institut National to impose discipline.

[ Girton College, Cambridge University. ] Anonymous manuscript magazine: 'Girtonica or Pearls from Oysterland. Edited by The Mocking Turtle and the Doormouse', containing a Lewis Carroll parody 'Alice in Oyster-land', and other humorous material.

Author: 
Girton College, Cambridge University [ Lewis Carroll; Alice in Wonderland ]
Publication details: 
[ Girton College, University of Cambridge. ] The first volume containing entries dating from between November 1906 and June 1909; and in the second volume between June 1909 and July 1912.
£850.00

235pp., 4to. In two uniform volumes, paginated as follows. Vol.1: ii + 135pp. Vol.2: 89pp. With an additional nine unpaginated pages. Both volumes in good condition, on lightly-aged paper, in aged and worn bindings with marbled covers and cloth spines. Written out in at least two hands. The first volume is preceded by a 'Prefatory Note', dated 30 November 1906, giving a good example of the tone of the magazine, which is written in a parody of the academic style (complete with pseudo-scholarly footnotes), and is filled with what are clearly Girton in-jokes.

[ Austen Leigh; ALS; pamphlet ] Eton under Barnard 1754-1765

Author: 
R.A. Austen Leigh, editor
Publication details: 
Eton: At the College Press, 1904.
£100.00

Blue printed paper wraps, 39pp., 12mo, sl. worn. edges sunned, minor foxing, covers sl. away from staples, comprising Preface by Austen Leigh, an introduction and an Alphabetical List (of pupils in that period. A signature of a descendant, "E.A.B. Barnard is on front cover, while the clipped signature of R.A. Austen Leigh is glued to the titlepage. An Autograph Letter Signed "R.A. Austen Leigh" is tipped on the inside of the front wrap. dated 17 Jan. 1945,addressed to "Venn", 1.5 pages.

[ Henry Montagu Butler, headmaster of Harrow School and Master of Trinity College, Cambridge. ] Signed Letter ('H Montagu Butler'), written out by a secretary, to Professor Langley, referring him to one of his works.

Author: 
Henry Montagu Butler (1833-1918), headmaster of Harrow School (1859-85), Dean of Gloucester (1885-86); Master of Trinity College (1886-1918); Vice Chancellor of Cambridge University (1889-90)
Publication details: 
On letterhead of Trinity Lodge, Cambridge. 24 August 1904.
£56.00

4pp., 12mo. Bifolium. In good condition, with light signs of age. At head of first page: 'Dictated'. He refers him to 'the second Chapter of the book I published some years ago, which deals with the subject on which we conversed the other night at dinner'. The amanuensis has written that the chapter deals with 'some of the reflections on matters ethereal', and Butler has corrected this to 'some reflections on matters Aesthetical'. Butler has also added the words 'more clearly, though I fear' after the word 'puts' in the following: 'it puts at much greater length'.

[ Father Edmond Nolan, Catholic priest, Vice-President, St Edmund's College, Ware. ] Autograph Letter Signed ('Edmond Nolan') to 'Miss Haig' of Basildon, regarding autographs in his collection and his duties tutoring boys.

Author: 
Father Edmond Nolan, Vice-President of St Edmund's College, Old Hall, Ware, and founder of (the Roman Catholic) St Edmund's House (now St Edmund's Hall), Cambridge
Publication details: 
On letterhead of St Edmund's College, Old Hall, Ware. 12 and 14 November 1894.
£100.00

4pp., 12mo. Bifolium. In good condition, lightly aged and worn. Since his return from Basildon three friends have promised him 'letters from the illustrious' for her collection. He has also 'looked for a collection I made myself once - but altho I have found all kinds of things which I thought I had lost for ever I cannot find it'. He lists seven 'minor autographs' he is sending her, including '(7) The late Earl of Denbigh to Bish of Patterson - This letter led to the capture of a famous impostor, who died immediately afterwards in Clerkenwell Gaol'.

[ William Joseph Walsh, Archbishop of Dublin. ] Autograph Letter Signed ('William J Walsh | Archbishop of Dublin') to A. Harris, giving his view on contemporary education, while commending an article by Harris in the 'Contemporary Review'.

Author: 
William Joseph Walsh (1841-1921), Roman Catholic Archbishop of Dublin
Publication details: 
On letterhead of 4 Rutland Square E., Dublin. 26 October 1886.
£120.00

3pp., 12mo. Bifolium. Aged and lightly-stained, wih a few closed tears repaired with archival tape. Addressed to 'A. Harris Esqr. | The Shelbourne Hotel | Dublin.' He thanks him for sending his article, which he had already read 'in the Contemporary with great interest'. He has 'spoken to several persons of influence in connection with our existing educational systems, recommending them to read it carefully.

[ The Brentford Mechanics' Institution. ] Printed library ticket.

Author: 
[ Brentford Mechanics' Institution, established 1835 ] [ Brentford, town in Middlesex, now in the London Borough of Hounslow; Victorian circulating libraries ]
Publication details: 
Brentford Mechanics' Institution. October 1854.
£25.00

Ticket printed on one side of an 8 x 7 cm piece of paper. In fair condition, with closed tear at head and slight damage to bottom right-hand corner. Printed within a decorative border and reading (with manuscript additions in square brackets): 'No [93 - 4] | This Book is the Property of the Brentford Mechanics' Institution. | It must not be kept longer than [14] days. If kept longer than the time specified the Fine of One Penny will be charged for the first fortnight, and an additional Penny for every succeeding week.

[ Anna Swanwick, feminist ] Autograph Card Signed "Anna Swanwick" to an unnamed correspondent.

Author: 
Anna Swanwick, author and feminist
Publication details: 
[Printed address] 23 Cumberland Terrace, Regents Park, NW [London], 14 Dec. [no year].
£28.00

Card, c.11 x 9cms, rounded corners, both sides used, creased through being bent, good condition, "I beg to say, in reply to your missive, that I shall have great pleasure in complying with your request; Thursday is my only disengaged day this week; I shall be at liberty in the morning from 12 till 1.30 o'ck, & in the afternoon from 2.30 till 4.30, & if you can favour me with a visit, eitther in trhe morning or the afternoon, you will receive a most cordial welcome. For a proivate colloquy the earlier hour may be the safer from interruption; either time will be equally agreeable to me.

[ Rev. Dr Richard Jenkyns, Master of Balliol College, Oxford. ] Autograph Signature ('R. Jenkyns') on part of letter.

Author: 
Rev. Richard Jenkyns (1782-1854), DD, Master of Balliol College, Vice-Chancellor of the University of Oxford and Dean of Wells Cathedral
Publication details: 
Balliol College [ University of Oxford ]. 28 January 1835.
£20.00

On 5.5 x 18.5 cm strip of paper. In good condition, lightly aged. Good firm signature. Reads: 'Yrs: very faithfully | R. Jenkyns. | Balliol College | Jan: 28. 1835.' Annotated at foot in a nineteenth-century hand: 'Master | and also 1845 Dean of Wells'. Reverse reads: '[...] & hasten to inform you thhat although the Term began on Saturday last the 24th: Inst:, yet if the state of your Son's health should render it desirable for him to remain [...]'.

[ John Pringle Nichol, Regius Professor of Astronomy at the University of Glasgow. ] Autograph Signature ('J. P. Nichol') on part of letter to Sir David Brooks.

Author: 
John Pringle Nichol (1804-1859), Scottish educator and astronomer, Regius Professor of Astronomy at the University of Glasgow
Publication details: 
Without place or date.
£23.00

On 3.5 x 9.5 cm piece of paper cut from letter. In good condition, with gum from mount on blank reverse. Reads: '[...] your list? - Believe me | Ever & respectfully yours | J. P. Nichol | Sir David Brooks'.

[Printed pamphlet.] Secular Responsibility.

Author: 
George Jacob Holyoake [ Secularism in Victorian England ]
Publication details: 
London: Trubner, 60, Paternoster Row. 1873. [ Ward & Sons, Printers, &c., Wellington-street, Leicester. ]
£56.00

15pp., 12mo. Disbound and without covers. In good condition, lightly-aged. Now uncommon.

[Printed pamphlet.] The Right Honourable W. E. Forster, Esq., M.P., and his Constituents. [ Drophead title: 'Mr. Forster and the Liberals of Bradford. ]

Author: 
'A Radical' [ W. E. Forster [ William Edward Forster ] (1818-1886), Liberal M.P. for Bradford, Yorkshire, 1861-1885]
Publication details: 
Without place or date. [ Circa 1870. ]
£65.00

8pp., 12mo. Disbound and without covers. In fair condition, on lightly aged and worn paper. Refers to 'Mr. Forster's disloyalty to the Liberal Party in the House of Commons and in the country in framing the provisions of his Educational Bill. [of 1870]' Scarce: no copies on OCLC WorldCat or COPAC.

[ Victorian course of education. ] Proof of article titled 'Some Rough Notes on Charlie's Education', with the aim of making a boy a 'scientific man', sent to study the Cambridge Mathematical Tripos, and avoiding the 'secret vice' of 'Self-Pollution'

Author: 
Victorian course of education to make a boy a 'scientific man', 1878 [ University of Cambridge; Clifton College, Bristol, Somerset ]
Publication details: 
No publication details. Dated 'September, 1878.'
£90.00

In two columns, on one side of piece of 50 x 30.5 cm paper. Aged and worn, with chipping and loss to margins. Two pencil notes in margin: 'this was ommitted [sic]' and 'the truth acquired mostly forgotten'. Clearly not intended for publication, and apparently the advice of a knowledgeable and well-educated man of scientific bent to his family, regarding the future of 'Charlie' (his grandson?). A reference to Clifton College may suggest a West Country origin. The piece begins: 'The subject of Education is in a great state of confusion, and great diversities of opinion exist about it.

[Printed pamphlet.] Workmen's International Exhibition, 1870. Report of the General Conference of Delegates, held at the Theatre of the Society of Arts, John Street, Adelphi, on Monday, January 10, 1870.

Author: 
[ Conference of Delegates, Workmen's International Exhibition, 1870; Theatre of the Society of Arts, John Street, Adelphi, London; A. J. Mundella; T. H. Huxley; Auberon Herbert; Samuel Morley ]
Publication details: 
London: Published at the Offices of the Workmen's International Exibition, 150, Strand, W.C. [1870.] [Dunlop & Co., Printers, King's-head Court, Shoe Lane, E.C.]
£90.00

40pp., 12mo. In small print. In good condition, in brown paper wraps with manuscript label. Giving the text of speeches by delegates including the MPs Samuel Morley, Thomas Hughes, W. H. Smith, and A. J. Mundella; Auberon Herbert; and the chairman T. H. Huxley. Stamp and shelfmark of the Board of Education Library on title-page, and stamp on front wrap.

[Richard Jenkyns, Master of Balliol College, Oxford.] Autograph Letter Signed ('R. Jenkyns') to former Balliol Fellow 'Marshall' [William Marshall] on personal and college matters.

Author: 
Richard Jenkyns (1782-1854), Master of Balliol College, University of Oxford [Rev. William Marshall]
Publication details: 
Balliol College [University of Oxford]. 4 December 1823.
£200.00

2pp., 8vo. 29 lines of neatly-written text. In fair condition, on aged paper, with two 5 cm closed tears to leaf. Addressed to 'My dear Marshall'. He regrets that his letter should contain 'so truly painful an account of the state of your family & affairs in the West Indies', but was 'glad to receive it, since after my last communication I was at a loss, not seeing you in Oxford, to explain your silence - I hope at some future occasion, I shall see you again under my roof'.

[Lord Robert Cecil.] Autograph Letter Signed ('Robert Cecil'), while a student at University College, Oxford, giving his reasons for opposing the setting up of a 'Vigilance Committee' of the Oxford Union Club.

Author: 
Lord Robert Cecil [Edgar Algernon Robert Gascoyne-Cecil, Viscount Cecil of Chelwood] (1864-1958), Liberal politician and peace campaigner [University College, Oxford; the Oxford Union Club]
Publication details: 
On letterhead of University College, Oxford. 1 June [no year, but during his time at the College, between 1883 and 1886].
£56.00

4pp., 12mo. Bifolium. Good, on lightly aged and worn paper. Addressing the recipient as 'Sir', he thanks him for his 'many very valuable suggestions', but fears that 'there seems some danger that a Vigilance Committee such as you describe, wd be regarded as & wd. be very likely to become, a Caucus - the very thing we protest against so strongly'. In addition, it would 'embitter party rivalry in the Union & would greatly increase the difficulty of destroying all cliques & getting the best men as officers of the Union no matter to what section of what party they may belong'.

[Printed pamphlet.] The Lamps of the Temple. A Letter addressed to the Churches of the Congregational Order by the Southern Board of Education, concerning the Supply and Education of their Ministers.

Author: 
[The Congregational Church in England and Wales; The Southern Board of Education (England)]
Publication details: 
London: Printed by Yates Alexander and Shepheard, Lonsdale Buildings, Chancery Lane. [Between 1881 and 1883.]
£56.00

22pp., 8vo. Disbound. In fair condition, lightly-aged, with shelfmark in manuscript at foot of title-page. Scarce: the only copy on OCLC WorldCat and COPAC at the British Library, whose entry dates the item no earlier than 1881, and no later than 1883.]

[Thomas Case, President of Corpus Christi College, Oxford.] Autograph Letter Signed to an unnamed recipient, an 'official announcement' that he has been 'elected a Scholar of Corpus Christi College, Oxford, after an examination in Natural Science'.

Author: 
Thomas Case (1844-1925), President of Corpus Christi College, University of Oxford; Waynflete Professor of Moral and Metaphysical Philosophy; Fellow of Magdalen College
Publication details: 
'Address during July c/o Mr Trim | 9 Royal Terrace | Weymouth', on cancelled letterhead of Corpus Christi College, Oxford. 25 June 1919.
£100.00

4pp., 12mo. Bifolium. In good condition, lightly aged and worn. Largely concerned with examinations from which the candidate appears to consider himself exempt, but which are in fact obligatory. With reference to 'Mr A. E. Jolliffe'.

[Sir Thomas Dakin and Thomas Quested Finnis, both Lord Mayors of London.] Signatures of 'Thomas Dakins' ('Lord Mayor') and 'Thomas Q Finnis ('Alderman and Chairman of the Committee of Governors') on manuscript circular concerning 'Emanuel Hospital'.

Author: 
Sir Thomas Dakin (1808-1889), tea merchant and Lord Mayor of London, 1870; Thomas Quested Finnis (1801-1883), Lord Mayor of London, 1856 [Emanuel Hospital, Westminster. now Emanuel School, Battersea]
Publication details: 
Mansion House, London. 12 April 1871.
£90.00

1p., folio. In fair condition, aged and worn, with two punch holes at head. The letter begins by drawing the recipient's attention to an 'enclosed statement relating to Emanuel Hospital. | The principals involved are of great public interest and apply to every educational endowment throughout the kingdom | They involve: - | The confiscation of property | The arbitrary removal of Governors against whom no complaint is alleged. | Entire disregard of the charter of foundation | The absolute prohibition of the gratuitous education of the poor except as the result of competitive examination'.

[Printed syllabus for the Council for Education in World Citizenship (An Organisation of the United Nations Organisation).] Christmas Holiday Lectures and Discussions for To-morrow's Citizens at The Central Hall, Westminster, S.W.1 "Europe 1953".

Author: 
[The Council for Education in World Citizenship (An Organisation of the United Nations Organisation)]
Publication details: 
Council for Education in World Citizenship (An Organisation of the United Nations Organisation) 25 Charles Street, London, W.1. [Printed by Tapp & Toothill Ltd., Leeds, London and Johannesburg.1952.]
£40.00

On both sides of a 22 x 42 cm leaf, folding into six 22 x 14 cm pages. In fair condition, lightly aged and worn. In small print. A few replacement speakers noted in manuscript. Details of the lectures for this four-day conference cover a page, with speakers including Anthony Eden (replaced by 'Mr Nutting'), Herbert Agar and Gunnar Myrdal (replaced by 'Mr Kenneth Yonge'). The rest of the pamphlet carries background notes, beginning: '"Europe 1953", the theme of our conference, is a challenging and topical subject. The face of Europe, as much as Africa and Asia, is changing.

[James Russell Endean, author.] Autograph Letter Signed ('J. Russell Endean') to 'Mr. Latimer', regarding the changes since the 'byegone age', 'a tremendous fuss with "the Catte-in-the-Water" at Plymouth; and an 'amalgamation scheme' for Torquay.

Author: 
James Russell Endean (1826-1923), author [Cockington, Devon]
Publication details: 
On letterhead of Casatrio, Cockington, Devon. 28 February 1898.
£56.00

2pp., 12mo; 1p., 8vo. On bifolium, with the 8vo page written lengthwise across the central two pages. In good condition, on lightly-aged paper. He discusses an article in the 'Mercury', which Latimer has sent him, which 'revived many incidents and persons and recalled a byegone age upon which neither you nor I can look back without mingled feelings of regret and thankfulness'.

[Printed item.] [The Study of Arts in a Modern University.] University College Liverpool Faculty of Arts. Arts Students' Association. Session 1899-1900. First Annual Academic Address by Walter Raleigh the King Alfred Professor of Modern Literature.

Author: 
Walter Raleigh, the King Alfred Professor of Modern Literature [University College Liverpool Faculty of Arts, Arts Students' Association]
Publication details: 
At the University Press of Liverpool. 1899. ['No. 1. 500 Copies, Nov., 1899.']
£120.00

20pp., 4to. Stitched, in grey printed wraps. In fair condition, lightly aged and worn. With stamps, shelfmark and label of the Education Department Reference Library. The title 'The Study of Arts in a Modern University' is present, printed in red, on the front cover. Scarce: no copy in the British Library, and the only copies on COPAC at Oxford and Liverpool.

[Printed item.] Incorporated Association of Registered Teachers of Victoria. Annual Report, 1926-1927.

Author: 
Incorporated Association of Registered Teachers of Victoria [Australia; Board of Education Reference Library, London]
Publication details: 
Incorporated Association of Registered Teachers of Victoria. [Ramsay Publishing, 203-7 King Street, Melbourne. [Australia, 1927]
£125.00

7pp., 4to. Stapled. In fair condition, on lightly aged and worn paper, with slight rust to staples. Shelfmark, stamp and label of the Board of Education Reference Library, London. No other copy traced.

[Printed item.] London School of Economics and Political Science. (University of London.) [....] Announcements Summer Term, 1920-21.

Author: 
[London School of Economics and Political Science. (University of London.)]
Publication details: 
ondon School of Economics and Political Science. (University of London.) Clare Market, Portugal Street, Kingsway, W.C.2. [Printed by St. Clements Press Ltd., Portugal Street, Kingsway, W.C.2.] [London, 1920.]
£120.00

8pp., 12mo. Stapled. Aged and creased. On first page: 'It is not proposed to issue a complete programme for the Summer Term. This leaflet contains all additions and alterations in the announcements of lectures, classes and seminars made in the School Calendar, together with the General Time Table for the current Term.' The table covers the last four pages, and gives details of the Time; Short Title; Lecturer; No. of Course; Date of beginning. Lectures include 'The Constitution of the United States' by 'Prof. Westermarck', 'Economic History from 1485 (Class)' by 'Mr.

[Pamphlet; education] Berufsbildung für Mädchen. Ein Beitrag zur Frauenfrage.

Author: 
Ludwig Fleischner.
Publication details: 
(Wien [Vienna]: Commissions-Verlag von Georg Szelinski. 1893.)
£28.00

28pp., 8vo. With worn and loose chipped printed covers. Three copies on OCLC WorldCat.

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