Title: The sycamore trail,
Publisher: The Relay
Publication Date: 1929
Book Condition: Good
Publisher: The Relay Date of Publication: 1929 Binding: soft cover Edition: First Edition Condition: Good + Description: Unread copy. Pages still uncut. Paper covers with nicks, chips and tears. Water mark on first few pages in the front and in the rear of the book, on front page edges and and bottom edges. Part of paper covering on the spine is missing, however, binding is very tight. About the Author: Ellen Hayes was born in Granville, Ohio. Ellen received an A.B. from Oberlin College in 1878, raising money for her tuition by teaching in the district schools. For one year after graduation she was principal of the women's department of Adrian College, Michigan. In 1879 she accepted a position as a mathematics teacher at Wellesley College, where she taught until her retirement in 1916. She was appointed professor and head of the mathematics department in 1888. In 1897, Hayes was made head and sole member of a new department of applied mathematics, which in 1904 became th. Bookseller Inventory # 0016922
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