2 edition of Orators of America ... found in the catalog.
Orators of America ...
Guy Carleton Lee
|Statement||Ed. by Guy Carleton Lee.|
|Series||The world"s orators ... University ed. [v. 8-10]|
|Contributions||Riley, Franklin L. 1868-1929, joint ed., Smith, C. Alphonso 1864-1924, joint ed., King, Horatio C. 1837-1918.|
|LC Classifications||PN6121 .L4 vol. 8-10|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||01031335|
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