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Sharpe, M. R. L. (Maud Russell Lorraine), 1867-1949, ed. and comp
Selections from three essays by Richard Wagner, with comment on a subject of such importance to the moral progress of humanity that it constitutes an issue in ethics & religion
[2d. ed.]
[Rochester, N.H., Printed by the Record Press, 1933]
Location Call Number Status
 Henry Ford Estate  Contact Mark Heppner    ON SITE USE ONLY
Subject(s) Vivisection
Physical Description 184 p. illus. (music) 24 cm
Note Cover title
"Issued by the Millennium guild, Inc. First edition, January, 1933. Compilation and notes by M.R.L. Freshel, founder and president."--Verso of 1st prelim. leaf
Quotations and extracts against vivisection, including selections from Wagner
ACCESS: Must be used on site, prior notice required ; contact Mark Heppner
FMCA accession no. 13
Enclosure: See list
"The Millennium guild": p. 179-180
Series Henry Ford Estate collection
Alternate Author Wagner, Richard, 1813-1883
Millenium Guild, Inc

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