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Carnegie, Dale, 1888-1955

LC control no.n 50037007
Descriptive conventionsrda
Personal name headingCarnegie, Dale, 1888-1955
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Variant(s)Kāranēgī, Ḍēla, 1888-1955
Carnagey, Dale, 1888-1955
Carnegie, Dale Breckinridge, 1888-1955
Kʻa-nai-chi, 1888-1955
Kʻa-nai-chi, Tai-erh, 1888-1955
Karnegi, Deĭl, 1888-1955
Карнеги, Дейл, 1888-1955
卡耐基戴尔, 1888-1955
Ḳarnegi, Del, 1888-1955
كارنجي، ديل، 1888-1955
קרנגי, דייל
Kārnijī, Dayl, 1888-1955
Taʼe ʼar Khā-ne-ci, 1888-1955
LocatedMaryville (Mo.) Belton (Mo.) New York (N.Y.)
Birth date1888-11-24
Death date1955-11-01
Place of birthMaryville (Mo.)
Place of deathNew York (N.Y.)
Profession or occupationLecturers
Special noteMachine-derived non-Latin script reference project.
Non-Latin script references not evaluated.
Found inHis Public speaking ... 1926.
His Kʻa-nai-chi ming yen chi, 1981 (Kʻa-nai-chi; Tai-erh Kʻa-nai-chi)
Prikhoti udachi, 1993: t.p. (Deĭl Karnegi)
Qāʼid dākhilaka, 2008: t.p. (Dayl Kārnijī)
Wikipedia, website viewed December 9, 2015 (Dale Carnegie; Dale Harbison Carnegie; born November 24, 1888, Maryville, Missouri; died November 1, 1955, New York City; writer, lecturer; family moved to Belton, Missouri when he was a small child; graduated from State Teacher's College in Warrensburg; living in Forest Hills, New York City at time of death; buried in Belton, Missouri)
Al deʼagah, c1974: t.p. (דייל קרנגי = Del Ḳarnegi) t.p. verso (Dale Carnegie [in rom.])
Skyes chen dam paʼi rtogs brjod thor bu, 2015: title page ( Khā-ne-ci) page 1 (Taʼe ʼar Khā-ne-ci, American educationist)
Associated languageeng
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