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Beethoven, (German Series IV, Elementary) Cultural Graded Readers by W. E. GlaettliAlternate German Series IV
Carl Schurz by C. R. GoedscheGerman Series III
Cultural Graded Reader: Heine by C. R. GoedscheAlternate German Series III
Cultural Graded Reader: Mozart by C. R. GoedscheNew German Series II
Cultural Graded Readers, German Series: IV (Elementary)--Einstein by C. R. GoedscheGerman Series IV
Cultural Graded Readers: Durer by C. R. GoedscheNew German Series I
Cultural Graded Readers: Thomas Mann by W. E. GlaettliAlternate German Series II
Deutschland : Land und Sprache by C. R. GoedscheIntermediate German Series VI
Deutschland : Vergangenheit und Gegenwart by C. R. GoedscheIntermediate German Series VII
Deutschland Leben (Cultural graded readers. German series ; 8) by C. R. GoedscheIntermediate German Series VIII
Humboldt by C. R. GoedscheNew German Series III
Kafka by C. R. GoedscheNew German Series V
Kleinstadt in Amerika (Cultural Graded Readers German Series: V (Elementary)) by C. R. GoedscheGerman Series V
Moliere (Alternate French Series: 1 (Elementary), Cultural Graded Readers) by L. Clark Keating and Marcel I. Moraud by L. Clark KeatingFrench Series I
Rilke (Cultural Graded Readers, New German Series) by C. R. GoedscheNew German Series IV
Schweitzer by C. R. GoedscheAlternate German Series I
Steinmetz by C. R. GoedscheAlternate German Series V
Steuben by C. R. GoedscheGerman Series II
Sutter by W. E. GlaettliGerman Series I

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