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1900 — 1910
Vol. 27, No. 2
McClure, Samuel Sidney (editor)
New York: The S. S. McClure Co., 1906-06-01 276 p.; 25 x 17 cm.
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Frontispiece. 'It was full to the brim of gold coins, thrown in loose' (Ivory, P. V. E.): 114-114
Buried Treasure (White, Stewart Edward): 117-130
The Way of a Railroad with a Town: Story of the Struggle of Danville, Virginia, with the Southern Railway (Baker, Ray Stannard): 131-145
Timed to an African Chant (Jonas, Rosalie M.): 146-146
Robin Goodfellow—His Friends. On the Great Wall. II (Kipling, Rudyard): 147-156
The Story of Life-Insurance. The Pioneer. II (Hendrick, Burton J.): 157-170
The Sea Witch (Pickthall, Marjorie L. C.): 170-170
Uncle Sammie (Embree, Charles Fleming): 171-177
Yellow Fever: A Problem Solved: The Battle of New Orleans against the Mosquito (Adams, Samuel Hopkins): 178-192
The Strange Adventures of Lulu (McDonald, Robert): 193-204
Reminiscences of a Long Life. France on the Eve of the Second Empire. VIII (Schurz, Carl): 205-214
Lost—An Echo (England, George Allan): 214-217
The Sewing-Machine Story (Spearman, Frank H.): 218-224
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