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1910 — 1922
Vol. 67, No. 2
Bridges, Robert (editor)
New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1920-02-01 274 p.; 24.1 x 16.5 cm.
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Contents Contents: C-C
Front Advertisements: adv2-adv48
Theodore Roosevelt (Woolf, S. J.): Frontispiece-Frontispiece
Theodore Roosevelt and His Time: Shown in His Own Letters. Personal Account of His Trip from Khartoum to London--Written to Sir George Otto Trevelyan. VI (Roosevelt, Theodore): 129-149
Shantung: Sacred Soil (Peffer, Nathaniel): 150-164
Miss Lizzie--Parlor Bolshevist (Hill, Mabel): 165-176
Erskine Dale--Pioneer. IV-VI (Fox, John): 177-186
Secret History (Sarton, George): 187-192
And To Such as Play Only the Bass Viol (Finley, John): 192-192
The New Frontiers of Freedom. The Cemetery of Four Empires. II (Powell, E. Alexander): 193-209
Some Personal Recollections. Miscellaneous. II (Colvin, Sidney): 210-223
A Strong Arm (Potter, Jane Grey): 224-231
The Bereaved (Untermeyer, Louis): 231-231
The Panjorum Bucket (Gordon, Armistead C.): 232-240
Leader of Men (Anderson, Robert Gordon): 241-241
Guide Posts and Camp-Fires. On a Certain Insularity of Islanders. II (Van Dyke, Henry): 242-246
The Point of View: 247-250
The Field of Art. Inman's Portrait of Wordsworth (Dunn, Esther Cloudman): 251-256
The Financial Situation. Uncertainties of the New Year (Noyes, Alexander Dana): 257-adv71
The Preferred Stocks--'A Middle Ground Investment' (Harman, Stevens Palmer): adv73-adv80
Back Advertisements: adv49-F
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