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1911 — 1912
Vol. 2, No. 38
Marsden, Dora (editor)
London: Stephen Swift and Co. Ltd., 1912-08-08 20 p.; 33 x 22.5 cm
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Contents Contents: 221-221
The Growing Ego. I: 221-222
Topics of the Week. Insurrection and Political Reform: 223-224
'The Freewoman' Discussion Circle (Low, B.): 224-224
On the Utility of Art. Practical Application of the Foregoing Theories. II (cont.) (Ciolkowska, Muriel): 225-227
An Unholy Trinity (Guthrie, E. K.): 227-228
Mongeham (Visiak, E. H.): 228-228
The Souteneur (Campbell, Donald): 228-229
The Cause of Financial Panics (Kitson, Arthur): 229-231
The Life History of Mary Smith, M.A.. IV-VI (Hamilton, Helen): 231-233
Comrade-Love (Binns, Henry Bryan): 233-233
Correspondence. Note to Correspondents (Ed. of "The Freewoman"): 234-234
Correspondence. The Problems of Celibacy (Morgan, E. Noel): 234-234
Correspondence. Nationalisation of Medicine (Smith, J. Barker): 234-235
Correspondence. Mother-Interest and Child-Training (Woods, R. C. F.): 235-235
Correspondence. Spinsters and Art (X): 235-235
Correspondence. 'The Idea of God' (A Bystander): 235-235
Correspondence. The Money Question (Lewis, Arthur D.): 235-236
Correspondence. Birds and Capital (Fysher, Greevz): 236-237
Correspondence. Interest (Mylius, E. F.): 237-237
Correspondence. Mr. Norman and Mr. McKenna (Gawthorpe, Mary): 237-239
Correspondence. The Publication of Havelock Ellis (Bloomsbury): 239-239
Advertisements: 224-224
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