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1910 — 1922
Vol. 52, No. 5
Burlingame, Edward Livermore (editor)
New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1912-11-01 244 p.; 24.1 x 16.5 cm
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Contents Contents: C-C
Front Advertisements: adv2-adv60
The On-Shore Gale (Foster, William Harnden): Frontispiece-Frontispiece
Germany and the Germans from an American Point of View. The Indiscreet (Collier, Price): 513-527
The Last Labor (Ficke, Arthur Davison): 527-528
Parisian Cafés (Huard, Frances Wilson): 529-539
A Picture (Allen, Alice E.): 540-540
Crossing a bridge into the woods (Herford, Oliver): 540-540
Some Early Memories. The War--1860-1866; Harvard--1867-1871. III (Lodge, Henry Cabot): 541-553
His Own Country (Bashford, H. H.): 553-569
The Heart of the Hills. XXIII-XXV (Fox, John): 570-578
The French in the Heart of America. In the Trails of the Coureurs de Bois. III (Finley, John): 579-591
Moonlight (Sherman, Frank Dempster): 592-592
Stevensoniana (Colvin, Sidney): 593-606
The Thanksgiving Matinée (Tracy, Virginia): 607-617
The Old Clipper (Ashley, Clifford W.): 618-618
College Life: A Word to Fathers Who Have Not Been to College, But Whose Sons Want to Go (van Dyke, Paul): 619-623
The City and Civilization (Whitlock, Brand): 623-633
Humoresque (Patterson, Antoinette De Coursey): 633-633
The Point of View: 634-636
The Field of Art. Some of Daniel C. French's Later Work (Walton, William): 637-640
Back Advertisements: adv61-H
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