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1911 — 1917
Vol. 5, No. 10
Eastman, Max (editor)
New York: The Masses Publishing Co., 1914-07-01 24 p.; 34.5 x 27.5 cm.
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Contents Cover Image. Caught Red-Handed (Sloan, John): 1-1
Contributing Editors: 2-2
Front Advertisements: 2-2
To Subscribers and Friends (Endicoff, Max): 3-3
Special Business Representatives: 3-3
Indians on Broadway (Sloan, John): 4-4
The Nice People of Trinidad (Eastman, Max): 5-7
Honester Than Usual (Becker, Maurice): 7-7
Horses! (Waddell, Elizabeth): 9-9
The Question of the Unemployed (Becker, Maurice): 10-10
The Helpmeet: A Domestic Comedy (Reely, Mary Katharine): 11-11
The Gentle Heart: 11-11
Optimists' Column (Brubaker, Howard): 11-11
'The Dignity of the Uniform' (Davis, Stuart): 12-13
Happy Valley (Reed, John): 14-17
Whaddaye Mean 'Our Boys'? (Sparks, G. S.): 15-15
The Punish Line (Nivison, Josephine): 16-17
Southern Humor: 17-17
When the Seventeen Came Home (Davies, Mary Carolyn): 17-17
Settling the Servant's Problem (Coleman, Glenn O.): 18-18
Feminism for Men (Dell, Floyd): 19-20
Gossip in the Philippines (Glenn, Isa Urquhart): 20-20
Another Negro Outrage: 20-20
The Book of the Month. Book Review of 'The Ragged-Trousered Philanthropists' by Robert Tressal (Endicoff, Max): 21-21
Stealing from Convicts: 21-21
Prize Press Pearl: 21-21
As It Was in the Beginning (Bull, Nina): 21-21
Sitting at the Feet of Wisdom (Young, Arthur): 21-21
Back Advertisements: 22-23
Back Cover Image: Thou Hast Witholden Bread from the Hungry (Herford, Oliver): 24-24
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