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1910 — 1922
Vol. 67, No. 1
Bridges, Robert (editor)
New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1920-01-01 256 p.; 24.1 x 16.5 cm.
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Contents Contents: C-C
Front Advertisements: adv2-adv40
The Messenger Is the Son of a King (Yohn, F. C.): Frontispiece-Frontispiece
Theodore Roosevelt and His Time: Shown in His Own Letters. Roosevelt and Labor: In Favor of Unions but against Violence. V (Roosevelt, Theodore): 1-8
Erskine Dale--Pioneer (Fox, John): 9-17
The New Frontiers of Freedom. The Borderland of Slav and Latin. I (Powell, E. Alexander): 18-32
The Roman Bath (Wheelwright, John T.): 33-41
The Centenary of a Question (Matthews, Brander): 41-46
The Yanquis of South America: Social Life in Santiago (McLaren, Alice Day): 46-56
The Prodigal (Jones, Ruth Lambert): 56-56
Mortimer (Johnson, Arthur): 57-68
Some Personal Recollections. Miscellaneous. I (Colvin, Sidney): 69-82
The Ivory Skull (Sugimoto, Hanano Inagaki): 83-93
Our Youth as We Would Have Them (Root, Robert Kilburn): 93-97
The Child to the Ghost of Karin (Jessup, Frederika Peterson): 97-97
At the Pacific Cross-Roads: Hawaii (Sherrill, Charles H.): 98-105
McHenry and the Ghost-Bird (Goodloe, A. Carter): 105-114
Guide-Posts and Camp-Fires. I (Van Dyke, Henry): 115-119
This Shall Be the Bond (Wilkinson, Marguerite): 119-119
The Point of View: 120-124
The Field of Art: An American Fine Arts Academy Near Paris (Peixotto, Ernest C.): 125-128
The Financial Situation. Looking Forward (Noyes, Alexander Dana): 129-adv68
Back Advertisements: adv41-F
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