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1910 — 1922
Vol. 69, No. 4
Bridges, Robert (editor)
New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1921-04-01 264 p.; 24.1 x 16.5 cm
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Contents Contents: C-C
Front Advertisements: adv2-adv56
'I Wish You'd Tell Me Why Our Families Don't Get On?' (Peters, C. F.): 386-386
To Let: [The Forsyte Saga]. Part II: I-III (Galsworthy, John): 387-401
The Little Son (Burr, Amelia Josephine): 401-401
'Full Up!'. The How and Why of a Crowded Country. III (Williams, Whiting): 402-410
My Brother Theodore Roosevelt. The Dresden Literary American Club. III (Robinson, Corinne Roosevelt): 411-427
Creation (Andrews, Mary Raymond Shipman): 427-427
A Billion-and-a-Half-Dollar Experiment in Government Ownership (Hooper, William E.): 428-432
The Altar Rock (Dickenson, Edwin C.): 433-442
Ambushing Lions at Night (Coolidge, John T.): 442-449
P. D. Q. (Maynard, Richard Field): 450-460
Frederick Locker Lampson (Lampson, Oliver Locker): 461-468
Unpublished Sketches and Poems (Lampson, Frederick Locker): 468-473
By Mail (Paradise, Viola I.): 473-480
The Fixed Idea (Murray, Roy Irving): 481-490
A Greek Song (Scollard, Clinton): 490-490
Play-Acting (Esty, Annette): 491-496
Thackeray and the Theatre (Matthews, Brander): 497-502
The Point of View: 503-506
The Field of Art. The West in American Prints (Weitenkampf, F.): 507-512
The Financial Situation. After the Trade Reaction (Noyes, Alexander Dana): 513-adv73
Equipment Obligations in Law and Practice (Harman, S. Palmer): adv75-adv78
Back Advertisements: adv57-F
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