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Papers of Frederick James Gould (1855-1938)

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'Syllabus of Moral and Civic Instruction, for the elementary school'

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'Syllabus of Moral and Civic Instruction, for the secondary school '

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Press cutting: Review of 'British Education after the War'

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Press cutting: Review of 'British Education after the War'

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Press cutting: Review of 'British Education after the War'

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'How much do you care for your children? An appeal to working men and women on the subject of education'

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'The young people's Bible book. An ethical adaptation of Old Testament stories, with a few chapters on the Apocrypha and Talmud'

  8

Cutting from 'The Humanist', containing a column written by Gould

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'The religion of humanity, in simple outline'

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'History teaching reborn' by Gould.

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'Religion without words'

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'For younger readers: co-con-com'

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'Ireland and humanity'

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'Towards World Unity Through History'

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Draft [of an article] entitled 'An educational synthesis'

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'Cremer: born in poverty he enriched humanity'

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Letter from 'Ivanna' (Prince of Wales College, Jammu, India) to Gould

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Letter from Gould to Dr Hayward

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Presscutting containing a letter from Gould to the Acton Gazette and Express on 'The war spirit'

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Presscutting containing a letter from Gould to the Middlesex County Times on 'History the teacher'

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Issue of 'Human Equality', the official organ of the Society to Promote Human Equality

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Letter from Ramola Gould [daughter] to Dr Hayward

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'Past Seventy', a biographical sketch of Gould

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