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The Willard

Author : LeAnne Burnett Morse
ISBN : 0996641505
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Guests check into the famed Willard Hotel in Washington D.C. and find themselves transported back in time to some of history's most famous events. But they aren't spectators; they are there to play a role in making sure the tear in the fabric of history is repaired and history is not changed. Their only link to their modern lives is the mysterious concierge, a man from another time himself. They have to preserve the past to protect the future, and hope they get back home in the process.

The Lives They Left Behind

Author : Darby Penney
ISBN : 9781458765987
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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More than four hundred abandoned suitcases filled with patients' belongings were found when Willard Psychiatric Center closed in 1995 after 125 years of operation. In this fully-illustrated social history, they are skillfully examined and compared to the written record to create a moving-and devastating-group portrait of twentieth-century American psychiatric care.

The Willard Hotel

Author : Richard Wallace
ISBN : 0933165056
Genre : Architecture
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Traces the history of this landmark hotel

Letter Addressed As A Circular To The Members Of The Willard Association For The Mutual Improvement Of Female Teachers

Author : Emma Willard
ISBN : CHI:15539349
Genre : Women
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Annual Report Of The Trustees Of The Willard Asylum For The Insane For The Year

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ISBN : NYPL:33433010760084
Genre : Psychiatric hospitals
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The Willard Word Book

Author : Agnes W. O'Brien
ISBN : PSU:000057478692
Genre : Spellers
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Annual Report Of The Trustees Of The Willard State Hospital For The Year

Author : Willard State Hospital (N.Y.)
ISBN : COLUMBIA:CU16152930
Genre : Psychiatric hospitals
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Lehigh University

Author : Willard Ross Yates
ISBN : 0934223173
Genre : Education
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"W. Ross Yates has chosen for his subject a history of education in engineering, business, and related fields as they developed at Lehigh University in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania. This work is neither an official institutional history nor a call to the nostalgia of "old grads," but a scholar's summary of some major trends in education whose interweaving produced Lehigh University, with original objectives that survived good and bad fortune, good and indifferent management, and an unfailing (if at times flawed) attention to evolving national vocational and liberal educational ideals." "Asa Packer, builder of the Lehigh Valley Railroad, founded Lehigh University in 1865 to provide a useful, "common-sense" education for men planning careers in engineering, applied science, and the professions. He lavishly endowed it. With the declining fortunes of the Lehigh Valley Railroad in the 1890s, the university had to retrench, but it continued along lines laid down by Packer." "About the turn of the century Lehigh added programs for careers in teaching and business. With aid from alumni and industries, especially its neighbor, the Bethlehem Steel Corporation, Lehigh built strong undergraduate programs in engineering, science, business administration, teacher education, and the liberal arts." "At every stage, Lehigh's development was bound up with the growth of a science-based society. Originally the interaction was most obvious at the local level. Situated in the industrial part of the lower Lehigh Valley in southeastern Pennsylvania, Lehigh was, until the First World War, removed from the large manufacturing and financial centers of the Atlantic seaboard and was intimately associated with local enterprises concentrating on anthracite coal, railroads, and heavy metals, especially iron, steel, and zinc." "After the First World War, Lehigh began forming a capacity for sponsored research and branching out into graduate education. With the conclusion of the Second World War, these moves were speeded up. Lehigh entered the mainstream of currents in science, engineering, and industrial management. It broadened its financial base, modernized its administration, built up its capacity in physics and chemistry, added programs leading to the M.B.A., Ph.D., and Ed.D. degrees, and organized research centers." "During the late 1960s student and faculty discontents, born of a collision between rapid internal growth and unsettling international situations, briefly delayed orderly progress. Trustees and administrators allayed discontents by bringing students and faculty into the work of administration." "By 1980 the university was still small by modern standards, having approximately 4,400 undergraduate and half as many graduate students. It had become coeducational and continued concentrating on vocational preparation for careers in engineering, science, business, and teaching, all within the context of a liberal arts emphasis on the human condition."--BOOK JACKET.Title Summary field provided by Blackwell North America, Inc. All Rights Reserved

Guide To The Willard F Motley Papers 1939 1951

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ISBN : OCLC:656426141
Genre : African American authors
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Becoming Dallas Willard The Formation Of A Philosopher Teacher And Christ Follower

Author : Gary W. Moon
ISBN : 9780830899210
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Dallas Willard was a personal mentor and inspiration to hundreds of pastors, philosophers, and average churchgoers. In Gary W. Moon’s candid and inspiring biography, we read about the development of Willard's personal character, philosophical writing, and spiritual teaching, and how he has inspired some of the most influential books on spirituality of the last generation.

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