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"The life of Alice Freeman Palmer" by George Herbert Palmer

“A husband who undertakes to write the biography of his dead wife has need of infinite discretion, perfect taste, and unfailing judgment — in short, a superhuman ability to draw at exactly the right place a line between the too much and the too little. ”

Taken from NYTimes.

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The life of Alice Freeman Palmer / by George Herbert Palmer. — New York : Houghton, 1908. — 349 p. ; 21cm

LD 7212.7 1882 .P4 1908