Notes from the Library in Volume 3:1
Keywords:Rutgers, Ralph Voorhees
Rutgers University Studies:
1.) a review by Carroll C. Pratt of "American Psychology before William James," by Jay W. Fay. Rutgers University Studies in Psychology: Number One.
2.) a review by Donald J. McGinn of "Two Bookes of Constancie. Written in Latine by Justus Lipsius. Englished by Sir John Stradling." Edited with an Introduction by Rudolf Kirk. Notes by Clayton Hall. Rutgers University Studies in English: Number Two.
"The New Jersey and Pennsylvania Agricultural Monthly Intelligencer and Farmers' Magazine" discussed by Carl R. Woodward.
"Ralph Voorhees in 1860," by Rudolf Kirk.
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