2 edition of Swimming scientifically taught found in the catalog.
Swimming scientifically taught
Frank Eugen Dalton
|Statement||by Frank Eugen Dalton.|
|LC Classifications||GV837 .D19 1927|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||247 p. incl. front., illus., ports.|
|Number of Pages||247|
|LC Control Number||27010699|
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A PRACTICAL MANUAL FOR YOUNG AND OLD. BY PROF. FRANK EUGEN DALTON, P.S.A. Instructor in Scientific Swimming at the Dalton Swimming School, and Originator of the Dalton Method. AND. A CHAPTER ON ADVANCED STROKES. BY LOUIS C. DALTON Of the Dalton Swimming. 8 rows Swimming Scientifically Taught: A Practical Manual for Young and Author: Frank Eugen Dalton, Louis C.
Dalton. Bywhen Frank Eugen Dalton published Swimming Scientifically Taught, America was on the cusp of a golden age of swimming. From –, pools opened in more than 1, cities across the country as centers for recreation for men and women of all classes.
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A PRACTICAL MANUAL FOR YOUNG AND OLD. BY PROF. FRANK EUGEN DALTON, P.S.A. _Instructor in Scientific Swimming at the Dalton Swimming School, and Originator of the Dalton Method_ AND. A CHAPTER ON ADVANCED STROKES.
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SWIMMING SCIENTIFICALLY TAUGHT A PRACTICAL MANUAL FOR YOUNG AND OLD By PROF. FRANK EUGEN DALTON, P.S.A. Instructor in Scientific Swimming at the Dalton Swimming School, and Originator of the Dalton Method and A Chapter on Advanced Strokes By LOUIS C.
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