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A book which Wrig
ht did own before 1940 was Lewis Mumford's extravagantly laudatory critical study Herman Melville: A Study of His Life and Vision (1929), which, in the context of evaluating Moby-Dick as an American epic, also quotes extensively from it (129ff).
Spiritualism as a Practical Principle, The Liberator, Aug.
The Company got its start in Wausau, Wisconsin, with WRIG