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David J. Rhees, Chapel Hill - 1979
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This [thesis] study examines the first decade of Science Service, an institution for the popularization of science in Washington, D.C., during the tenure of Edwin E. Slosson as director, from 1921 to 1929.

TABLE OF CONTENTS

    ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

    INTRODUCTION

    Chapter

    1. WORLD WAR I AND THE REVIVAL OF POPULAR SCIENCE
    2. FROM IDEA TO INSTITUTION: THE FIRST DECADE OF SCIENCE SERVICE, 1921-29

    3. THE POPULAR SCIENCE OF EDWIN E. SLOSSON

    CONCLUSIONS

    SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY

    FOOTNOTES
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