This CD-ROM is rather mind-boggling in its scope. It contains:
Works of Robert G. Ingersoll (the complete 12-volume Dresden Edition);
- Ingersoll: A Biographical Appreciation, by Herman E. Kittredge, 1911 (the
official biography that is included as volume 13 in the deluxe Dresden
- An Intimate View of Robert G. Ingersoll, by I. Newton Baker,
1920 (Baker was Ingersoll.s private secretary for 15 years);
and Selections (from the writings and sayings of Robert G. Ingersoll);
Philosophy of Ingersoll (a collection from Ingersoll's works);
- Col. Ingersoll
As He Is
(This book was issued by The Truth Seeker to refute slander against
Ingersoll. There is an appendix in the book that relates the circumstances of
- Walt Whitman, by Robert G. Ingersoll (a testimonial
to the poet).
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