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Rhode Island History Journal, Vol. 4, January 1945

In this issue:

The Constitutional Convention of 1944 by Gov, J Howard McGrath Rhode Island Constitution convention suffrage franchise soldiers World War II voter registration G. Howard McGrath

Observances of the Centennial of Butler Hospital by Paul J Spencer Butler Hospital centennial psychiatry mental health Cyrus Butler Nicholas Brown, jr. Dorothea Dix

A Century of Butler Hospital, reviewed by James B Hedges

Christian Lodowick of Newport and Leipzig (ctd.) by Harold S Jantz Christian Lodowick chemistry alchemy medicine Newport science Jonathan Belcher Nathaniel Williams Thomas Prince Samuel Sewall

Francis Wayland, a Neglected Pioneer of Higher Education, by William G. Roelker, reviewed by Henry M Wriston

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