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1910 — 1922
Vol. 48, No. 5
Burlingame, Edward Livermore (editor)
New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1910-11-01 300 p.; 24.1 x 16.5 cm
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Contents Contents: C-C
Front Advertisements: adv2-adv64
All Day, Held Spell-Bound by the Wonderful Sigh, the Hermit Crouched in the Shadow of the Rocks (Wyeth, N. C.): Frontispiece-Frontispiece
The Arctic Prairies. The Land of the Buffalo. I (Seton, Ernest Thompson): 513-532
The Bigot (Page, Thomas Nelson): 533-547
Through the Mists. The Coming of the Huns. I (Doyle, Arthur Conan): 548-553
Snow Burden (Thomas, Edith M.): 553-553
Town Meeting Day (Chase, Sidney M.): 554-563
Kennedy Square. I-II (Smith, F. Hopkinson): 565-578
The Fall of Guaimaro (Funston, Frederick): 579-595
In Old Toledo (Walsh, Thomas): 596-596
Correspondence of Washington Irving and John Howard Payne: 1821-1828. Second Paper (Luquer, Thatcher T. Payne): 597-616
The Lavender Vender (Bunner, Anne): 616-616
The Boy Who Went Back to the Bush (Synon, Mary): 617-627
African Sketches and Impressions (Allardyce, Janet): 627-632
The Point of View: 633-636
The Field of Art. Some Wild Beasts Sculpted by A. Phimister Proctor (Cortissoz, Royal): 637-640
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