A Manual of the Public Benefactions of Andrew Carnegie

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LIST OF PUBLICATIONS
All publications with a price attached should be ordered directly from the Oxford University Press, American Branch, 35 West 32d Street, New York City. All publications distributed gratuitously will be forwarded by the Secretary, No. 2 Jackson Place, Washington, D. C., on request.
Publications of the Secretary's Office
Year Books of the Endowment for 1911, 1912, 1913-1914, 1915, 1916, 1917, 1918 and 1919. Manual of the Public Benefactions of Andrew Carnegie.
Publications of the Division of Intercourse and Education
No. 1 Some Roads Towards Peace: A Report on Observations Made in China and Japan in 1912. By Dr. Charles W. Eliot. vi+ 88 p. 1914.
No. 2† German International Progress in 1913. By Professor Dr. Wilhelm Paszkowski. iii+ 11 p. 1914.
No. 3 Educational Exchange with Japan. By Dr. Hamilton W. Mabie. 8 p. 1914.
No. 4† Report of the International Commission to Inquire into the Causes and Conduct of the Balkan Wars. ix+ 418 p., illus., maps. 1914.
No. 5† Intellectual and Cultural Relations Between the United States and the Other Republics of America. By Dr. Harry Erwin Bard. iv+ 35 p. 1914.
No. 6† Growth of Internationalism in Japan. By T. Miyaoka. iii+ 15 p. 1915.
No. 7† For Better Relations with our Latin American Neighbors: A Journey to South America. [English Edition.] By Robert Bacon. viii+ 186 p. 1915.
No. 8† The Same, in the Original Spanish, Portuguese and French. viii+ 221 p. 1915. A second edition of Mr. Bacon's report, containing Nos. 7 and 8 in one volume, has also been published, copies of which are still available.
No. 9 Former Senator Burton's Trip to South America. By Otto Schoenrich. iii+ 40 p. 1915.
No. 10† Problems About War for Classes in Arithmetic. By David Eugene Smith, Ph.D., LL.D.23 p. 1915.
No. 11† Hygiene and War; Suggestions for Makers of Textbooks and for Use in Schools. By George Ellis Jones, Ph.D.207 p. 1917.
No. 12 Russia, the Revolution and the War. An Account of a Visit to Petrograd and Helsingfors in March, 1917. By Dr. Christian L. Lange, Secretary General of the Interparliamentary Union. 26 p. 1917.
No. 13 Greetings to the New Russia. Addresses at a meeting held at the Hudson Theater, New York, April 23, 1917, under the auspices of the National Institute of Arts and Letters. 14 p. 1917.
No. 14 South American Opinions of the War: I. Chile and the War, by Carlos Silva Vildósola; II. The Attitude of Ecuador, by Nicolás F. Lopez. Translated from the Spanish by Peter H. Goldsmith. 27 p. 1917.
No. 15 The Imperial Japanese Mission, 1917. A record of the reception throughout the United States of the Special Mission headed by Viscount Ishii, together with the text of the Lansing-Ishii agreement of 1917 on the status of Japan and the United States in China, and the text of the Root-Takahira understanding of 1908. Foreword by Elihu Root. 125 p. 1918.
No. 16 Growth of Liberalism in Japan. Two addresses delivered by T. Miyaoka before the American Bar Association at Cleveland, Ohio, August 29, 1918, and before the Canadian Bar Association at Montreal, Canada, September 5, 1918. 24 p. 1918.

Publications of the Division of Economics and History
Nationalism and War in the Near East. By a Diplomatist. Edited by Lord Courtney of Penwith. Published by the Clarendon Press, Oxford, England. xxvi+434 p. 1915. Price, in Great Britain, 12s. 6d.; in U. S., $4.15.
† No longer available for distribution.

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