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  1. "The Protocols and World Revolution--Including a Translation and Analysis of the "Protocols of the Meetings of the Zionist Men of Wisdom" [1920]", Nilus, Serge, (Sergei Aleksandrovich), (1862-1929); de Bogory, Natalie, (Translator), (1887-1939); Brasol, Boris Leo, (Translator), (1885-1963) (English)
    155 pages; Wednesday, July 29, 2020

  2. "The Works of Thomas Middleton [Vol 1 of 5]", Middleton, Thomas (English)
    592 pages; Wednesday, July 29, 2020

  3. "Newark College of Engineering Bulletin, December, 1938", Anonymous (English)
    118 pages; Wednesday, July 29, 2020

  4. "Cuentos valencianos", Blasco Ibáñez, Vicente (Spanish)
    227 pages; Wednesday, July 29, 2020

  5. "Roraima and British Guiana with a glance at Bermuda, the West Indies, and the Spanish Main [1879]", Boddam-Whetham, J. W., (John Whetham), (1843-1918) (English)
    398 pages; Wednesday, July 29, 2020

  6. "Horrors of Vaccination Exposed and Illustrated--Petition to the President to Abolish Compulsory Vaccination in Army and Navy [1920]", Higgins, Chas. M., (Charles Michael), (1854-1929) (English)
    242 pages; Tuesday, July 28, 2020

  7. "The adventures of a pincushion, designed chiefly for the use of young ladies.", Anonymous (English)
    107 pages; Tuesday, July 28, 2020

  8. "Twenty Tales by Twenty Women--From Real Life in Chicago [1903]", Anonymous (English)
    316 pages; Tuesday, July 28, 2020

  9. "The Oxford Book of English Verse; 1250-1900", Various (English)
    1104 pages; Tuesday, July 28, 2020

  10. "*Some Impressions of My Elders", Ervine, St. John Greer (English)
    311 pages; Tuesday, July 28, 2020

  11. "My "Little Bit"", Corelli, Marie (English)
    318 pages; Tuesday, July 28, 2020

  12. "*Makar's Dream and Other Stories", Korolenko, Vladimir Galaktionovich; Fell, Marian (Translator) (English)
    315 pages; Tuesday, July 28, 2020

  13. "The Crime of Caste in Our Country", Davenport, Benjamin Rush (English)
    431 pages; Tuesday, July 28, 2020

  14. "The Barber's Chair, and The Hedgehog Letters [1874]", Jerrold, Douglas William, 1803-1857; Jerrold, William Blanchard, (Editor), 1826-1884 (English)
    347 pages; Tuesday, July 28, 2020

  15. "Vrouwenleven in de Dessa", Ovink-Soer, Marie C.E. (1860-1937) (Dutch)
    212 pages; Tuesday, July 28, 2020

  16. "The Missouri Archaeologist Volume 34 December 1972", Robert T. Bray, ed. (English)
    88 pages; Tuesday, July 28, 2020

  17. "Motion Pictures and Filmstrips 1976", U.S. Copyright Office (English)
    820 pages; Tuesday, July 28, 2020

  18. "Report of the adjutant general of the state of Illinois (Vol 2 of 8) {P2->P2}", Reece, Jasper N. (English)
    715 pages; Tuesday, July 28, 2020

  19. "Mr. Waddy's Return", Winthrop, Theodore, Edited by Burton Egbert Stevenson (English)
    288 pages; Monday, July 27, 2020

  20. "Vidas ejemplares: Beethoven--Miguel Angel--Tolstoi.", Rolland, Romain (Spanish with Italian)
    444 pages; Monday, July 27, 2020

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