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  • Summary
    In: Trends in Philanthropy: A Study in a Typical American City
    by Willford Isbell King & Kate E. Huntley
  • Disbursements
    In: Trends in Philanthropy: A Study in a Typical American City
    by Willford Isbell King & Kate E. Huntley
  • Receipts
    In: Trends in Philanthropy: A Study in a Typical American City
    by Willford Isbell King & Kate E. Huntley
  • Trends in Philanthropy: Introduction
    In: Trends in Philanthropy: A Study in a Typical American City
    by Willford Isbell King & Kate E. Huntley
  • Extending the Frontier of Economic Science
    In: Extending the Frontier of Economic Science: Report of the Directors of Research of the National Bureau of Economic Research for the Year 1927
    by Edwin F. Gay & Wesley C. Mitchell

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