DR. EPLER'S THRILLING LIFE STORIES AND ORIGINAL LECTURES.
The Thrilling Life Story of Clara Barton, Battlefield Angel, Founder of Red Cross and Our Greatest National Heroine
Author of authorized Standard Biography — 4 Ed. MacMillan
A Thrilling Genius Zone of Ten Inventors, Creators, Founders
. 1st Com. In Chief, American Revolution, Gen. Ward, Eli Whitney, Elias Howe, Clara Barton, Dorothea Dix, W. T. G. Morton (Ether) John B. Gough, Thomas Blanchard (Irreg. Form Lathe), Luther Burbank, George Bancroft. (All arising within a radius of 10 miles Zone — Centre of author's original Research 10 years).
Treatment of these same in 2 Talks. — (5 in each).
Trailing Modern New England Authors —
Katherine Lee Bates
(Amer. The Beautiful),
, (Isles of Shoals)
Bruce Barton and Father
Lee De Forest
(Father of Modern Broadcasting). All but two personally interviewed, the Bartons at their own Camp.
A day with Gene Stratton Porter and her Moth Miracles
The Beatitude of Progress
— (A Secret of Rest in a Restless Age) — Immediately after delivery, Published entire in The New York Outlook — following the signed comment by President Roosevelt from the White House:
Capital, what I have long believed, but have not yet been able to formulate.
Told interestingly by the Standard Biographer from original touches and sources, without notes. Following unexpected reception in many Assemblies — (often over 1000, 2000 or 3000 in audiences) in 1928, 91 lectures booked Swarthmore Chautauqua for 1929
DR. P. H. EPLER,
Address: 25 Huntington Ave.. Suite 520, Boston, Massachusetts
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