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Arthur Bingham Walkley. 1899 Richards, London o.p. Clayton Meeker Hamilton. 1924 Macmil- lan 218p $2 Nine informal lectures delivered at Columbia university. "They reveal a massive familiarity with the modern stage." Frank Albert Waugh. 1917 Badger 151 p il (pi plans) $3 On "the design, construction and use of open-air audit9riums." (Subtitle) It gives notable examples of this new institution in America, at the Univer- sity of North Dakota, at the University of Cali- fornia, etc., and describes its use and problems of design.

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