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1910 — 1922
Vol. 51, No. 2
Burlingame, Edward Livermore (editor)
New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1912-02-01 220 p.; 24.1 x 16.5 cm
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Contents Contents: C-C
Front Advertisements: adv2-adv32d
The Most Striking and Interesting Things about the New Cattle Country ... Are the Big Rodeos (Dunton, W. Herbert): Frontispiece-Frontispiece
The New Washington (Schuyler, Montgomery): 129-149
Witching Hill Stories. Unhallowed Ground. I (Hornung, E. W.): 149-161
The Prisoners (Gregory, C. C.): 161-161
The Convictions of a Grandfather. III-IV (Grant, Robert): 162-175
Love (Galsworthy, John): 175-175
Wind! (Galsworthy, John): 175-175
Autumn by the Sea (Galsworthy, John): 176-176
Time (Galsworthy, John): 176-176
The New Cattle Country (Robinson, F. Warner): 177-185
The Insurance of Peace (Palmer, John McAuley): 186-191
'My Love Dwelt in a Northern Land' (Synon, Mary): 191-199
The Passing of the Unskilled in Germany (Roberts, Elmer): 199-204
Slumber Song (Ingham, John Hall): 204-204
Cuzco, the Sacred City of the Incas (Howland, S. S.): 205-219
Captain, My Captain (Frazer, Elizabeth): 220-230
The Turnstile. XVI-XX (Mason, A. E. W.): 230-248
Awakening (Robinson, Corinne Roosevelt): 248-248
The Point of View: 249-252
The Field of Art: Decorations in the Hudson County Court-House by Frank D. Millet (Walton, William): 253-256
Back Advertisements: adv33-H
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