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1910 — 1922
Vol. 72, No. 6
Bridges, Robert (editor)
New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1922-12-01 284 p.; 24.1 x 16.5 cm
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Contents Contents: C-C
Front Advertisements: adv2-adv84
It Was Not, as He Had Feared, from His Son (Rogers, Frances): 642-642
A Son at the Front. Book I: I-IV (Wharton, Edith): 643-659
'What Else Did Father Do?' (Bok, Edward W.): 660-664
Child's Christmas (Clark, Martha Haskell): 665-665
My Princess (Ficke, Arthur Davison): 666-666
Taken Ship (Going, Charles Buxton): 666-666
The Calling Road (Andrews, Mary R. S.): 667-667
Mountain Prayer (Burt, Struthers): 668-668
The Minor Poet (Gaw, Ethelean Tyson): 668-668
Trail's End (John, Hildegarde H.): 668-668
The Barred Way (Garrison, Theodosia): 669-669
To Daphne, Knitting (Hardy, Arthur S.): 669-669
Interpreter (Hawthorne, Hildegarde): 669-669
The Spirit of the Dawn (Bolling, Bertha): 669-669
Home (Sangster, Margaret E.): 670-670
Premonition (Bunner, Alice L.): 670-670
'Buy My Sweet Lavender' (Towne, Charles Hanson): 671-671
City Rain (Kenyon, Bernice Lesbia): 672-672
'The Swan of Tuonela' (Finley, John): 672-672
From Immigrant to Inventor. From Greenhorn to Citizenship and College Degree. IV (Pupin, Michael): 673-690
An American Citizen (Nicholson, Meredith): 691-698
Loaded Dice (Leslie, Shane): 699-704
The Virgin Islands: A Series of Engravings Done on Linoleum (Balcom, Lowell L.): 705-712
Marley's Cove (Lowndes, Cary Gamble): 713-720
The Imperturbability of Pick: Another Story of 'Van Tassel' and 'Big Bill' (Curran, Henry H.): 721-729
The Party of the Third Part (Curtiss, Philip): 730-737
Derelict (Dodge, Louis): 737-737
The Coward (Leigh, W. R.): 738-748
'Beakers of Blushful Hippocrene' (Shaw, Charles B.): 749-752
As I Like It (Phelps, William Lyon): 753-758
The Point of View: 759-762
The Field of Art. American Painters of Winter Landscape (Clark, Eliot): 763-768
The Financial Situation. Encouragements and Perplexities (Noyes, Alexander Dana): 769-adv127
Back Advertisements: adv86-F
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