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1910 — 1922
Vol. 67, No. 3
Bridges, Robert (editor)
New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1920-03-01 290 p.; 24.1 x 16.5 cm.
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Contents Contents: C-C
Front Advertisements: adv2-adv48
'Four more days,' he cried, 'and we'll be there!' (Yohn, F. C.): Frontispiece-Frontispiece
Erskine Dale--Pioneer. VII-IX (Fox, John): 257-265
In the Hills (Clark, Badger): 265-265
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. VII (Roosevelt, Theodore): 266-282
The New Frontiers of Freedom. Will the Sick Man of Europe Recover?. III (Powell, E. Alexander): 283-296
Mrs. Tredick's Husband (Paine, Ralph D.): 297-308
The Solution of the Labor Problem (Laughlin, J. Laurence): 309-315
An Epistle to Stephen (Whicher, George Meason): 315-315
The Hills of To-Morrow (Wood, Leonard): 316-322
The College a Training-School for Public Service (Stafford, Wendell Phillips): 323-327
Haiti To-Day (Ashton, Horace D.): 327-337
Some Personal Recollections. Robert Louis Stevenson. III (Colvin, Sidney): 338-354
The Bottom of the Cup (Smith, Gordon Arthur): 355-366
Autumnal (Percy, William Alexander): 366-366
Korea and Shantung Versus the White Peril (Sherrill, Charles H.): 367-372
Guide-Posts and Camp-Fires. Self, Neighbor, and Company. III (Van Dyke, Henry): 373-377
The Point of View: 378-380
The Field of Art: Modern American Miniature Painters (Fuller, Lucia Fairchild): 381-384
The Financial Situation. Consequences of the War (Noyes, Alexander Dana): 385-adv75
Troy and Collars (Woolley, Edward Mott): adv49-adv52
Preferred Stocks: Pro and Con (Harman, Stevens Palmer): adv77-adv85
Burning Millions: An Appeal to America to Curb Fire: adv87-adv89
Back Advertisements: adv53-F
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