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r VOCATIONAL BOOKS The following books have been supplied to transports, hospitals, and camp libraries to be used in connection with the volume "Your Job Back Home." RAILROAD AND SEA TRADES Locomotive engine running and management Men on deck Modern seamanship Navigation Practical exporting Practical wireless telegraphy Principles of ocean transportation Operation of trains Shipbuilding industry Telegraphy self-taught ENGINEERING Construction of roads and pavements Elements of railroad engineering Engineering drawing Engineering as a career Gas engine troubles and installation Internal combustion engine manual Modern gasoline automobile, its design, construction, main- tenance, and operation Modern steam engineering Practical electricity Steel construction MINING AND METAL TRADES Blast furnace construction Chats on steel Foundry work Machine shop practice Metallurgy New tinsmith's helper and pattern book Principles of mining Textbook of advanced machine work AGRICULTURE Farm management Fertilizers and crops Garden farming Productive dairying Productive orcharding Productive poultry husbandry Productive sheep husbandry Traction farming Types and breeds of farm animals ARTISAN TRADES Carpentry Cement worker's handbook Complete modern carpentry and joinery Modern blacksmithing Modern plumbing Photography Printing Steam and hot water Woodworking for secondary schools VOCATIONS Business employments Occupations Vocational guidance Young man and his vocation BUSINESS Advertising and selling Bookkeeping complete Business letters How to deal with human nature in business Newspaper writing Practical work of a bank Retail selling Retail selling and store management Sinclair Riesenburg Knight Jacoby Hough Bircher Johnson & Huebner Prior Kelly & Allen Edison Agg Raymond French Newell Rathbun Sterling Page Hiscox Croft Burt Johnson Spring Gray Kaup Stoughton Williams Hoover Smith Coffey Van Slyke Corbett Washburn Sears Lewis Coffey Stephenson Plumb Townsend Lewis Hodgson Holstrom Starbuck Roebuck Henry King Griffith Allen Gowin & Wheatley Brewster Harris Hollingworth Miner Gardner Cody Bleyer Kniffin Fisk Nystrom Every Man's Job Is to Be a Good Citizen These books on timely topics are selected and supplied by the American Library Association to supplement the lectures given in the camps by the welfare organiza:ions. They are of interest to men who plan to make good at their work and who feel that they wish to take a citizen's part in their own local and national government. THE JOB AHEAD Finding the Work Business employments Occupations Profitable vocations for boys Vocational guidance for the professions Young man and his vocation Bulletins Publications Working the Find Making good Proverbs Succeeding with what you have Success in business Training for efficiency What men live by Allen Gowin & Wheatley Weaver Brewster Harris U. S. Employment Service U. S. Federal Board for Vocational Education Faris Modern Reader's Bible Schwab Rose Marden Cabot A COUNTRY PROSPEROUS National Prosperity How the world makes its living Industry and trade Principles of wealth and welfare Principles of economics Individual Prosperity Money; what it is and how to use it How to get ahead Work, wages and profits Cost of living Agriculture the Basis Lure of the land New business of farming New earth Principles of agriculture McPherson Bishop & Keller Raper Seager Hayward Atwood Gantt Clark Wiley Dimock Harwood Bailey A COUNTRY WELL GOVERNED World Issues in Government Real business of living World war issues and ideas Democracy vs. autocracy Governments of Europe American Ideals in Government American spirit North American idea My country Preparing for citizenship Civics for new Americans Elementary civics Use your government Value of an Education Why go to college College and the man Money values of education (Bulletin No. 22, 1917) Tufts Speare & Norris Geiser Ogg Monroe & Miller Macdonald Turkington Guitteau Hill & Davis McCarthy Franc Cooper Jordan U. S. Bureau of Education
1' S oa\<z r~o- \A M Fifty Good Books Which Every One Likes This list is offered in the belief that every book is a favorite and well worth reading. FICTION Adventures of Sherlock Holmes Ben Hur Call of the.wild Caleb West Captains courageous Cloister and the hearth Conquest of Canaan Count of Monte Cristo Crisis David Copperfield Fortunate youth Gallagher and other stories Honorable Peter Stirling. In our town Ivanhoe John Halifax, gentleman Last of the Mohicans Leavenworth case Doyle Wallace London Smith Kipling Reade Tarkington Dumas Churchill Dickens Locke Davis Ford White Scott Craik Cooper Light of western stars Little Shepherd of King- dom Come Lorna Doone Luck of Roaring Camp Les Miserables Mr. Pratt Prisoner of Zenda Right of way Shepherd of the hills Tale of two cities Three Musketeers To have and to hold Treasure Island Tom Sawyer Virginian Westward! Ho! Grey Fox Blackmore Harte Hugo Lincoln Hawkins Parker Wright Dickens Dumas Johnston Stevenson Twain Wister Kingsley Green Autobiography Everyday life of Abraham Lincoln Making of an American Promised land Sailor's log Story of my life BIOGRAPHY Theodore Roosevelt F. F. Browne Jacob Riis (an immigrant social worker) Mary Antin (a Jewish immigrant) Robley D. Evans (an admiral of the U. S. Navy) Helen Keller (deaf, dumb, and blind) MISCELLANEOUS Adventures in contentment Grayson Essays of Elia Lamb Fighting fleets Paine Golden treasury of verse Palgrave Life on the Mississippi Twain Macbeth Shakespeare Oregon trail Our nation in the making Vagabond journey around the world What men live by Parkman Nicolay Franck Cabot Library of Congress, Washington, D. C. 78 East Washington St., Chicago. to rue de l'Elysee, Paris.