Nila Banton Smith
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Distant Doorways, 1940
Nila Banton Smith (1889-1976) was a teacher, administrator and
specialist in reading instruction. For her doctoral dissertation at Columbia
University she wrote An Historical Analysis of American
Reading Instruction . In 1934 [Silver Burdett]published
American Reading Instruction , an important
contribution to the history of reading education in the United States. Smith's
publishing career spanned the years from 1922 to 1976.
Biographical Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nila_Banton_Smith ,
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- Smith, Nila
Distant Doorways 1940
Note New York: Silver Burdett Co., 1940
portion of author's dummy
(1 p.) Box MF712