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1.  In volume 2, Geissler published, "A plan for the technical training of consulting psychologists."

2. Baird died early in 1919.

3. Hall and Geissler continued as co-editors until 1920. 

4. During their shared years as co-editors:

5. In 1920, Hall resigned the presidency at Clark but kept it secret until Commencement of 1920.

6. Financial uncertainty and other issues before Hall resigns prompted Geissler to seek employment elsewhere. Hall's letter of recommendation written on Geissler's behalf included:

It is quite possible that wherever he goes he will take the Journal of Applied Psychology with him, of which he has been practical editor, although I am the figure-head editor.

He began with nothing and has made it pay already.

7. Applying for a position at Randolph-Macon Woman's College (R-MWC), Geissler asked whether the college would support his bringing the journal with him.

8. However that was not to be. 

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