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Topic: development

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A treatise on the use and peculiar advantages of dancing and exercises, considered as a means of refinement and physical development. With general remarks.

A treatise on the use and peculiar advantages of dancing and exercises...

In this book, dancing master Mason attempts to make a case for the advantages of dancing and traces the development of dance from ancient times. As part of his argument, Mason often distinguishes between the da... more

Course of instruction in dancing and aesthetic development of the body

Course of instruction in dancing and aesthetic development of the body

This is a translation by Segadlo of an article, by an unknown author, found in the Universal Gazette, published in Vienna, Austria. It is a strong defense of dance and exercise, a subject that was often discuss... more

[Perspective study of future development of the National University, Cuba]

[Perspective study of future development of the National University, C...

In album, to accompany a report of the Department of Civil Constructions covering period, Oct. 1, 1907 to Sept. 30, 1908, P. 2.

Overlook Development

Overlook Development

Map showing plan for development of area in S.E. Washington, D.C.

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