How They Succeeded: Life Stories of Successful Men Told by Themselves by Marden

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Author Marden, Orison Swett, 1848-1924
Title How They Succeeded: Life Stories of Successful Men Told by Themselves
Contents Marshall Field -- Bell Telephone talk: hints on success by Alexander G. Bell -- Why the American people like Helen Gould -- Philip D. Armour's business career -- What Miss Mary E. Proctor did to popularize astronomy -- The boyhood experience of President [Jacob Gould] Schurman of Cornell University -- The story of John Wanamaker -- Giving up five thousand a year to become a sculptor [F. Wellington Ruckstuhl] -- Questions and answers: business pointers by Ogden Mills -- [Lillian] Nordica: what it costs to become a queen of song -- How he worked to secure a foot-hold: William Dean Howells -- John D. Rockefeller -- The author of the Battle Hymn of the Republic [Julia Ward Howe]: her views of education for young women -- A talk with [Thomas A.] Edison: dramatic incidents in his early life -- A fascinating story by General Lew Wallace -- [Andrew] Carnegie as a metal worker -- John B. Herreshoff, the yacht builder -- A successful novelist: fame after fifty: practical hints to young authors, by Amelia E. Barr -- How Theodore Thomas brought the people nearer to music -- John Burroughs at home: the hut on the hill top -- [Herbert H.] Vreeland's romantic story: how he came to transport a million passengers a day -- How James Whitcomb Riley came to be master of the Hoosier dialect.
Language English
LoC Class HF: Social sciences: Commerce
Subject Success
Subject United States -- Biography
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EBook-No. 64059
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Copyright Status Public domain in the USA.
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