Twenty-five years of work, 1914-1939.

  • 125 Pages
  • 2.71 MB
  • English
Alliance for Guidance of Rural Youth , Richmond
Sociology, Rural., Rural schools -- United States., Y


United St

LC ClassificationsHT453 .A4
The Physical Object
Pagination103 (i.e. 125) p. incl. maps, diagrs. (1 fold) plates.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL6435892M
LC Control Number42014368

Page 33 - Work while the daylight lasteth, Ere the shadows of night come on, Ere the Lord of the vineyard cometh And the laborer's work is done. Appears in 42 books from Page 18 - Every temptation that is resisted, every noble aspiration that is encouraged, every sinful thought that is repressed, every bitter word that is withheld.

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