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Edges rubbed. 1918 Stapled Binding. 32 pp. Original wrappers. An unrecorded publication released by the Brockport Normal School during World War I - none in OCLC. Printed in Rochester, NY, with numerous local advertisements. Contains numerous war-related pieces, from articles to poems, with a photograph of 'one of our six Junior Red Cross rooms'. Contents: Patriotism (poem); How the Women of the United States Are Fighting for Their Country; The Service Flag; The American Red Star Animal Relief; Our Part (poem); Get a Transfer (poem); A Narrow Escape; A Changed Ambition (poem); Our First Red Cross Speaker; Stop, Look, Listen!; The Junior Red Cross in Brockport Normal School; Letter from a Girl in Italy to Her Friend in America; The Midyears (poem); Miss Jackson's Birthday; Lincoln's First Love; War-Savings Stamps; The Soldier's Dream; The Slacker; Why Should We Buy War Savings Stamps?; Exchanges; French III: L'Anniversaire de Lincoln; Some Syllopyms; Alumni Notes; On Longfellow (poem); Training School Notes: How a Boy Earned Money for War Saving Stamps; Why We Should Be Patriotic; The Excitement; Methods of Field Fortifications and Warfare Means; Poor Molly; Sure Winner; A Delicate Hint; Knocks: The Days of Real Sport; Jokes.
Title: The Stylus, Vol. V, No. 1, March, 1918
Publisher: Students of the Brockport Normal School: 1918
Binding: Stapled Binding
Book Condition: Very Good
Weight: 1.00 Item
Seller ID: 1719435