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1910 — 1922
Vol. 49, No. 1
Burlingame, Edward L. (editor)
New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1911-01-01 134 p.; 24.1 x 16.5 cm.
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Contents So the Sad Shepherd Thanked Them for Their Entertainment, and Took the Little Kid Again in His Arms, and Went into the Night (Campbell, Blendon): Frontispiece-Frontispiece
The Sad Shepherd (Van Dyke, Henry): 1-9
Winslow Homer (Brinton, Christian): 9-23
Through the Mist. The Red Star. III (Doyle, Arthur Conan): 24-28
The West in the East from an American Point of View. On the Way to India. I (Collier, Price): 29-40
The Drum-Major (Seawell, Molly Elliot): 41-54
The Cause of Political Corruption (Ford, Henry Jones): 54-61
The Arctic Prairies. The Land of the Caribou (Continued). III (Seton, Ernest Thompson): 61-72
Kennedy Square. VI-VIII (Smith, F. Hopkinson): 73-91
The Trouble-Hunters (True, Allen Tupper): 92-102
The Sky-Scraper (Hibbard, George): 102-116
Experiments in Germany with Unemployment Insurance (Roberts, Elmer): 116-120
Julia Ward Howe: October 17, 1920 (Fairchild, Elisabeth): 121-121
The Point of View: 121-124
The Field of Art. On Albert P. Ryder (Pach, Walter): 125-128
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