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1 A School's Gateway 
Herrick, Cheesman A.
Philadelphia, PA: Girard College Print Shop, 1938. First Edition
Original Wraps Near Fine. 
Wraps, stapled binding. 16 pp. Mildly toned covers, minimal actual wear. Text of address given at Girard College, Philadelphia, on 15 May 1938, about Silliman University, Dumaguete, Island of Negroes in the Philippines, a missionary college established soon after Admiral Dewey captured Manila in 1898, sponsored by Horace B. Silliman of Cohoes, New York. 019751 
Price: 5.00 USD
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2 A School's Gateway 
Herrick, Cheesman A.
Philadelphia, PA: Girard College Print Shop, 1938. First Edition
Original Wraps Near Fine. 
Wraps, stapled binding. 16 pp. Mildly soiled covers, minimal actual wear. Text of address given at Girard College, Philadelphia, on 15 May 1938, about Silliman University, Dumaguete, Island of Negroes in the Philippines, a missionary college established soon after Admiral Dewey captured Manila in 1898, sponsored by Horace B. Silliman of Cohoes, New York. 019752 
Price: 5.00 USD
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3 A School's Gateway 
Herrick, Cheesman A.
Philadelphia, PA: Girard College Print Shop, 1938. First Edition
Original Wraps Near Fine. 
Wraps, stapled binding. 16 pp. Taped at top front corner, minimal actual wear. Text of address given at Girard College, Philadelphia, on 15 May 1938, about Silliman University, Dumaguete, Island of Negroes in the Philippines, a missionary college established soon after Admiral Dewey captured Manila in 1898, sponsored by Horace B. Silliman of Cohoes, New York. 019754 
Price: 5.00 USD
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