Men of Nineteen Fourteen
ALMOST READY FOR PUBLICATIONPROGRESSIVE MEN OF TO-DAYMEN OF 1914TWENTIETH CENTURY EDITIONNOTEWORTHY AS HAVING ACHIEVED success in their chosen vocations in the various Educational, Civil, Military, Industrial and Commercial lines of human effort; Men of thought and men of action who have been effective in the establishment and maintenance of the good name of our commonwealth; Prominent Citizens in all walks of life who are in truth the founders, makers and builders of our great Republic as manifested in America's great institutions of finance, commerce and trade, and its unparaleled progress in Education, Literature, Art, Science, and in the whole fabric of the Social and Industrial and Commercial Development of our Nation.Complete in One Royal Octavo VolumeLIBRARY EDITION TEN DOLLARSPrinted in large type with embossed covers, gold stamps and gilt edges, bound substantially by the best of skill, exploiting the axiom that "A Thing of Beauty Is a Joy Forever.”EXPERIENCED SUBSCRIPTION BOOK AGENTS WANTEDIN EVERY PART OF THE UNITED STATES
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