Who's Who in America

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Who's Who in America

A Biographical Dictionary of Notable Living Men and Women of the United States.

Established 1899 by Albert Nelson Marquis. Edited by John W. Leonard. Full Cloth, Price $3.50.

This publication aims to give a brief, crisp personal sketch of every living man and woman in the United States whose position or achievements make his or her personality of general interest, and tells just the things every intelligent person wants to know about those who are most conspicuous in every walk of life.

A valuable feature of the book will be found in the appended addresses. No other work has ever attempted the laborious task of finding and furnishing the addresses of leading Americans in all parts of the world. Thus, the book possesses not only the best attributes of a Biographical Dictionary, but is also a handy Directory of those living people of the United States in whom almost everybody is interested.

Who's Who in America is thoroughly revised, brought down and reissued biannually. No one who aims to keep abreast of the times can afford to be without a copy at his elbow constantly. The 1906-7 edition will be ready about January 1, 1906. It will contain about 16,000 names and about 2,000 pages. The volume is compact and of convenient size for carrying in the satchel.

The family of Marquis Who's Who publications presents unmatched coverage of the lives of today's leaders and achievers from both the United States and around the world, and from every significant field of endeavor. Librarians, students, researchers, corporate executives, journalists, personnel recruiters, and many others rely on Marquis Who's Who every day for in-depth biographical information they can use with confidence.

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A.N. Marquis & Company, Chicago