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1911 — 1917
Vol. 8, No. 6
Eastman, Max (editor)
New York: The Masses Publishing Co., 1916-04-01 32 p.; 34.5 x 27.5 cm.
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Contents Cover Image (Walts, Frank): 1-1
Contributing Editors: 2-2
Front Advertisements: 2-3
Soldier Praying by the Roadside (Robinson, Boardman): 4-4
The Capitalist (Reed, John): 5-6
'Nigger Tilly' (Burr, Jane): 6-6
Arsenic in the Soup (Brubaker, Howard): 7-7
One of the Contrasts of Our Civilization (Young, Arthur): 7-7
The Copper Strike: 7-7
The Ward & Gow Censorship: 7-7
From a Humorist (Martin, Edward S.): 7-7
Baby Bunting's Electric Chair (Bunting, Marjorie): 7-7
To the Women of England (Davies, Mary Carolyn): 7-7
To a Weeping Willow (Untermeyer, Louis): 8-8
Heavenly Discourse (Wood, Charles Erskine Scott): 8-8
Drawing of Three Men with Canes (Barber, John): 8-8
Mission of the Immaculate Virgin (Chamberlain, K. R.): 9-9
Patriotism (Becker, Maurice): 10-10
Journalism: An Unbelievable Fantasy (Bernard, Seymour): 11-12
Jones (G. C. M.): 13-14
Daddy (Smith, H.): 13-13
Slumming (Karasz, Ilonka): 14-14
Enemies: 14-14
Sketches from 'The Weavers' (Chamberlain, K. R.): 15-15
April Fool (Young, Arthur): 16-17
Two Judges (Bryant, Louise): 18-18
The Name (Young, Anne W.): 18-18
Horizontal Talking (Dell, Floyd): 18-18
Railroad Issues: 18-18
The Wash (Barrett, Wilton Agnew): 19-20
Homeward Bound (Barber, John): 19-19
Prize Press Pearl (John D.): 20-20
Woolworth Cathedral (Wood, Clement): 20-20
'The Pastor's Wife': Book Review of 'The Pastor's Wife' by the author of 'Elizabeth and Her German Garden': 20-20
Immigration and Militarism (Marot, Helen): 21-21
Spoon River Critics (Untermeyer, Louis): 21-21
Note: 20-20
Birth Control: 21-21
The Poem (Lowell, Amy): 21-21
A Drawing (Davis, Stuart): 22-22
'What Does It Mean?' (F. D.): 23-23
The Barber Shop (Aldis, Mary): 23-23
Blackwell's Revisited (Tanenbaum, Frank): 24-24
Letters. A Complaint (A. P.): 25-25
Letters. Too Good (F.): 25-25
Letters. God Laughs Too (Haskell, H. A.): 25-25
Drawing of Two Horses (Barber, John): 25-25
Letters. From London (Paul, M. E.): 25-25
Letters. College Opinion (Choate, C. A.): 25-25
Letters. From 'The Little Review'—I (Norton, Jean Cowdrey): 25-25
Letters. From 'The Little Review'—II (Davis, F. Guy): 25-25
Letters. Not Lonely Anymore (Ralston, E. D.): 25-25
Letters. Disadvantages of Travel (Bourgeois, Jos): 25-25
Letters. Revolution in Circles (Bretherton, Cyril H.): 25-25
Letters. Beauty (Boyer, Enid): 25-25
Letters. Truth (Slack, Conover): 25-25
Drawing of Man with Shovel (Barber, John): 25-25
Literary Matters: 26-27
Twenty Books (Dell, Floyd): 27-28
Back Advertisements: 26-32
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