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    Columbia Daily Spectator 25 April 1932
    ... mining region failed last month, the possibility of another expedition to Harlan and Bell counties loomed today with the ...
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    Columbia Daily Spectator 23 March 1932
    ... However, on account of nobody had any money, this expedition was cancelled. The second expedition, though, hits the trail ...
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    Columbia Daily Spectator 27 April 1932
    ... of students in various colleges before definitely planning another expedition to the Kentucky coal mining region, it was announced ...
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    Columbia Daily Spectator 30 March 1932
    ... Hall '32, one of the leaders of the student expedition, yesterday in a telegram addressed to "fellow students of ...
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    Columbia Daily Spectator 25 April 1932
    ... conditions in Bell and Harlan Counties. When the first expedition was organized with the avowed purpose of distributing food ...
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    Columbia Daily Spectator 9 May 1932
    ... he was a member of the George Bernard Shaw expedition.
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    Columbia Daily Spectator 5 May 1932
    ... arm. Even Rob Hall, who led the student Southern expedition, was disarmed by the visitor's eager friendliness and decided ...
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    Columbia Daily Spectator 12 March 1932
    ... adventures in the Antarctic as second-in-command of the Byrd Expedition, Dr. Lawrence M. Could addressed an enthusiastic audience of ...
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    Columbia Daily Spectator 1 April 1932
    ... Writes on Education Rob Hall, leader of the student expedition to Kentucky, discusses social aspects of education in his ...
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    Columbia Daily Spectator 11 May 1932
    ... Several Ladies or Gentlemen to go with a Scientific Expedition to Tropical Islands. First consideration given those assisting in ...
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    Columbia Daily Spectator 9 May 1932
    ... Several Ladies or Gentlemen to go with a Scientific Expedition to Tropical Islands. First consideration given those assisting in ...
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    Columbia Daily Spectator 17 March 1932
    ... $4-$5. 557 West 124 th Street. Apt. 45. 3-17 EXPEDITION Tropics, June-Sept, aboard a yacht Complement is in need ...
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    Columbia Daily Spectator 15 March 1932
    ... references. Write: P. Wleikovitch, 2310 Walton Avenue, Bronx. 3-18 EXPEDITION Tropics, June-Sept, aboard a yacht Complement is in need ...
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    Columbia Daily Spectator 16 March 1932
    ... references. Write: P. Wleikovitch, 2310 Walton Avenue, Bronx. 3-18 EXPEDITION Tropics, June-Sept, aboard a yacht Complement is in need ...
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    Columbia Daily Spectator 22 March 1932
    ... fleet of automobiles and buses hired for the Kentucky expedition will leave after the open-air meeting for Knoxville, Tennessee, ...
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    Columbia Daily Spectator 21 March 1932
    ... Phone. Univ. 4-7596. 506 W. 122 nd Street. 3-21 EXPEDITION Tropics, June-Sept, aboard a yacht Complement is in need ...
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    Columbia Daily Spectator 9 May 1932
    ... among the colleges which sent 100 students on an expedition to the "Kentucky mine-strike districts where communist led and ...
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    Columbia Daily Spectator 10 May 1932
    ... Several Ladies or Gentlemen to go with a Scientific Expedition to Tropical Islands. First consideration given those assisting in ...
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    Columbia Daily Spectator 30 March 1932
    ... dispatch from Arnold M. Beichman, Spectjator correspondent with the expedition, most of the delegates at that time were "tired ...
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    Columbia Daily Spectator 29 March 1932
    ... by Arnold M. Beichman '34, Spectator's correspondent with the expedition, who reported in a dispatch yesterday that "everything which ...