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1900 — 1910
Vol. 26, No. 3
McClure, Samuel Sidney (editor)
New York: The S. S. McClure Co., 1906-01-01 260 p.; 25 x 17 cm.
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Frontispiece: The Mayor Who Rules Jersey City in the Fear of God. Photograph of Mark Fagan: 230-230
Theodore Roosevelt—An Outdoor Man (Needham, Henry Beach): 231-252
The Heart of Eric (Peake, Elmore Elliott): 253-260
Quarantined Rivals (Chester, George Randolph): 261-273
Ellis Johnson's Book (Jarrell, Myra Williams): 274-278
The Ould Tunes (O'Neill, Moira): 278-278
Reminiscences of a Long Life. University-Days in Bonn. III (Schurz, Carl): 279-292
Arizona Nights. Uncle Jim's Yarn: The Indian Story. I (White, Stewart Edward): 293-296
A Servant of God and the People: The Story of Mark Fagan, Mayor of Jersey City (Steffens, Lincoln): 297-308
The Lady across the Aisle (Butler, Ellis Parker): 309-317
Song (Housman, A. E.): 317-317
Railroads on Trial. The Private Car and the Beef Trust. III (Baker, Ray Stannard): 318-331
A Colloquy (Guiney, Louise Imogen): 331-331
Why Riffles Deserted (Greene, Harry Irving): 332-336
Editorial. The Advantages of the Poor Man's Child: 337-339
Editorial. The Durable Satisfactions of Life: 339-340
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