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  • Stevens, Blanche (1905)
    Introduction: The table board of Mr. Lynch Failyer furnished the foundation for this theses. During the month of April, I kept account of all food bought, the prices; of the waste; and the menus. The number who ate there ...
  • Holroyd, Hartley Bowen (1903)
    Introduction: The science of forestry treats of the care, purpose and utilization, of the forested areas of the earth, together with the best means of regenerating the forested areas. AT one time the greater part of the ...
  • Powell, Edgar Arthur (1896)
    Introduction: The family of birds known as the Fringillidae belongs to the highest order of birds, the Passeres. It is a family rich in number of species there being about five hundred, representatives of the family are ...
  • Bennett, Hulda (1908)
    Introduction: The nineteenth century has given us two truly great women, -- one of the great authoress who call herself George Eliot is perhaps chiefly known as a novelist, but she is certainly more than a novelist in the ...
  • Lill, Gertrude (1907)
    Introduction: Character is that quality of moral force inherent in an individual, which leads to a line of conduct conformable to that quality. Character is a positive, not a negative virtue, and is developed through daily ...
  • Dalton, Winifred Anna (1906)
    Introduction: The necessity of having bread preparations raised quickly for immediate baking led to the use of chemical agents for that purpose. In all of these agents the gas, which expands, is obtained by the decomposition ...
  • Hanson, Ellen A. (1907)
    Introduction: A dietary experiment extending through the month of April, 1907, was carried out by twelve senior Domestic science girls. The diet consisted of three regular meals per day, prepared by the girls according to ...
  • Hanson, Gustaf William (1900)
    Introduction: It was the intention of the writer to make a test of cements made only in Kansas; but being able to secure but two Kansas Cements, two other leading commercial brands were secured with which to make comparison. ...
  • Bourne, Richard Franklin (1903)
    Introduction: It is perhaps only natural that one who has made no special study of animal life, fails to realize fully the importance of the dental system. Not only are the teeth of animals vital to the species but also ...
  • Waldraven, Luther Watts (1900)
    Introduction: During the month of March, 1900, a series of tests were made of two centrifugal cream separators in use at the dairy school of the Kansas State Agricultural College. The object of the tests was primarily, to ...
  • Goodyear, Ellsworth Paul (1903)
    Introduction: Owing to the large number of inquiries received by the Dairy Department of this College in regard to the relative merits of the different makes of separators, Prof. Ed H. Webster planned for a comparative ...
  • Forest, Harry Verne (1900)
    Introduction: To those unfamiliar with it, the subject of protecting steam pipes and heated surfaces from loss of heat must necessarily seem of small importance, for they are unaware of the great amount of heat that is ...
  • Steuart, William Henry (1895)
    Introduction: Since Cortez sent his report to Charles V of Spain, October 15th 1524 containing a map of the entire Gulf of Mexico showing that a strait did not exist between the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans: the artificial ...
  • White, Thomas F. (1906)
    Introduction: Before treating this subject it is desirable to set forth clearly the distinction between tariff, protection, and free trade. Tariff is a schedule of duties or imposts levied on goods as they pass from one ...
  • Johnson, Winifred Mae (1905)
    Introduction: The true art of landscape gardening lies in such disposition of roadways walks and buildings as shall most effectively develop all the natural beauties of the land under treatments without conflicting and to ...
  • Grizzell, Gertrude (1908)
    Introduction: Manual training originated in Europe several years ago. At first it was used as a means of developing industrial skill. Later, manual training was introduced into this country by certain broad minded men, who ...
  • Sweet, Lucy A. (1901)
    Introduction: The fact that women are capable of a higher education seems to have struck the world like a cyclone. It is considered essential that a young man receive a higher education before he takes up this life work, ...
  • Nevines, Clarence G. (1907)
    Introduction: When in 1787 the drafters of the Constitution for the original thirteen states inserted a provision declaring that all interstate commerce should be under the control of the federal government, they little ...
  • Doane, E. W. (1901)
    Introduction: E. A. DeSchweinitz, Ph.D., M.D., Chief of Biochemic Division, Bureau of Animal Industry, in the sixteenth Annual report of that department, states that in endeavoring to isolate soluble ferments of the hog ...
  • Kiser, Orville M.; Praeger, Herman A. (1908)
    Introduction: In choosing this work for our thesis we have intended to show the variation of soil moisture to a depth of four feet in three different plots; wheat, corn, and alfalfa, respectively, during the spring season ...

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