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  • Title: 1939
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    • The Bulletin (vol. 13, no. 4), February 1939

    • International Young Men's Christian Association College; Springfield College; The Bulletin;
    • The Springfield College Bulletin ran from 1927 to 1986. In its first three years, the magazine was only four pages long. Starting in the middle of 1930, the content slowly increased and some issues hit ten pages. In May 1935, the editors redesigned...
    • 1939-02
    • The Bulletin (vol. 13, no. 7), May 1939

    • International Young Men's Christian Association College; Springfield College; The Bulletin;
    • The Springfield College Bulletin ran from 1927 to 1986. In its first three years, the magazine was only four pages long. Starting in the middle of 1930, the content slowly increased and some issues hit ten pages. In May 1935, the editors redesigned...
    • 1939-05
    • The Bulletin (vol. 13, no. 8), June 1939

    • International Young Men's Christian Association College; Springfield College; The Bulletin;
    • The Springfield College Bulletin ran from 1927 to 1986. In its first three years, the magazine was only four pages long. Starting in the middle of 1930, the content slowly increased and some issues hit ten pages. In May 1935, the editors redesigned...
    • 1939-06
    • The Bulletin (vol. 14, no. 1), October 1939

    • International Young Men's Christian Association College; Springfield College; The Bulletin;
    • The Springfield College Bulletin ran from 1927 to 1986. In its first three years, the magazine was only four pages long. Starting in the middle of 1930, the content slowly increased and some issues hit ten pages. In May 1935, the editors redesigned...
    • 1939-10
    • The Bulletin (vol. 14, no. 2), November 1939

    • International Young Men's Christian Association College; Springfield College; The Bulletin;
    • The Springfield College Bulletin ran from 1927 to 1986. In its first three years, the magazine was only four pages long. Starting in the middle of 1930, the content slowly increased and some issues hit ten pages. In May 1935, the editors redesigned...
    • 1939-11

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