Will Seymour Monroe
He attended Stanford University, and studied at the Jena, Paris, and Leipzig universities, becoming in 1896 professor of psychology at the Massachusetts Normal School, Westfield. After 1909, he taught at the New Jersey State Normal School, Montclair. He lectured before many universities in the United States and abroad, and was delegate to many congresses and expositions.
- Poets and Poetry of the Wyoming Valley
- Educational Labors of Henry Barnard
- Comenius and the Beginnings of Educational Reform
- Turkey and the Turks
- In Viking Land; Norway: Its Peoples, Fjords and its Fjelds
- The Spell of Sicily, the Garden of the Mediterranean
- Bohemia and the Czechs
- Bulgaria and her People
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- Reynolds, Francis J., ed. (1921). Collier's New Encyclopedia. New York: P. F. Collier & Son Company. .
- Portrait and information on 1921 visit to Shanghai, China
- Photographs at cdi.uvm.edu
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