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Hugh B. Black (1868–1953)

Author of Friendship

Includes the names: Black Hugh, Hugh Black B, Hugh B. Black, Hugh Black.M.A, Hugh Black b. 1868

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Friendship, 1898;
The Dream of Youth, 1898;
Culture and Restraint, 1901;
The Gift of The Fruits of Friendship, 1903;
The Higher Friendship, 1903;
Work, 1903;
The Practice of Self-Culture, 1904;
Edinburgh Sermons, 1906;
Listening to God, 1906;
Christ's Service of Love, 1907;
The Gift of Influence, 1908;
Short Cuts to the Ministry, with Especial Reference to the Elimination of Latin and Greek from Theological Education, 1908;
University Sermons, 1910;
Comfort, 1910;
Happiness, 1911;
Three Dreams, 1912;
According to My Gospel, 1913;
The Open Door, 1914;
To The Strong, 1914?;
The New World, 1915;
Patriotism, 1918;
Lest We Forget, 1920;
The Cleavage of the World, 1920;
The Adventure of Being Man, 1929;
Christ or Caesar, 1938.
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