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Editorial: ‘To err is human, it takes a computer to really foul things up!’*
The Haven of the Monastery and the Harvest of Souls: Monasticism and Missions according to Gregory the Great
Monasticism and missions, at first glance, would seem to have little to do with one another. Monasticism is characterized by a life of contemplation, carried out in withdrawal from the activities of the world. Mission, on ...
Industrial arts for the early adolescent
(American Council on Industrial Arts Teacher Education ; distributed by McKnight & McKnight, 1972)
The Contributions of industrial arts to selected areas of education.
(American Council on Industrial Arts Teacher Education ; distributed by McKnight & McKnight, 1982)
Who's Who in Industrial Arts Teacher Education
(McKnight & McKnight Publishing Company, 1969)
Our Native Stone: Architecture and Identity at Virginia Polytechnic Institute, 1872-1922
(Montgomery County Branch Association for the Preservation of Virginia Antiquities; Pocahontas Press, Inc., 1997-05)
Architectural historian and preservation consultant Daniel Pezzoni traces the development of Virginia Tech's campus.
Affective learning in industrial arts
(McKnight Publishing Co., 1984)
Communication in technology education
(Glencoe/McGraw-Hill Pub., 1990)
The Tin Horn, 1931
(Virginia Polytechnic Institute, Class of 1931, 1931)
The Tin Horn was a yearbook published by the women students at Virginia Polytechnic Institute as they were not allowed to be in The Bugle yearbook.
The Smithfield Review, vol. 3 - Back Cover
(Montgomery County Branch Association for the Preservation of Virginia Antiquities; Pocahontas Press, Inc.; Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, Department of History, 1999)
The back cover of The Smithfield Review.