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1900 — 1910
Vol. 34, No. 1
McClure, Samuel Sidney (editor)
New York: The S. S. McClure Co., 1909-11-01 308 p.; 25 x 17 cm.
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Song (Radford, Dollie): 1-1
Frontispiece. 'He Hurled Himself from the Left Wing': 2-2
The New Drama and the New Theater (Archer, William): 3-16
The Illuminated Canticle: (Belonging to Philip II., and now in the Escorial (Wilkinson, Florence): 17-17
The Tiger Charm (Perrin, Alice): 18-22
Farthest South (Shackleton): 23-35
Sergeant McCarty's Mistake (MacFarlane, P. C.): 36-44
The Daughters of the Poor: A Plain Story of the Development of New York City as a Leading Center of the White Slave Trade of the World, under Tammany Hall (Turner, George Kibbe): 45-61
London Roses (Cather, Willa Sibert): 61-61
The Organized Criminals of New York (Bingham, Theodore A.): 62-67
Hylas (King, Georgiana Goddard): 67-67
The Crackajack Story (Kellock, Harold): 68-76
Vanity or the Viewpoint (Olmsted, Stanley): 77-86
Not This World (Anderson, Margaret Steele): 86-86
Psychology and the Market (Münsterberg, Hugo): 87-93
Pellagra, the Medical Mystery of To-day (Carter, Marion Hamilton): 94-104
Notes on Pellagra: 104-107
Germany's War Preparedness (Maberly-Oppler, G. E.): 108-111
The Stolen Song (Williams, Michael): 112-116
The Tammanyizing of a Civilization (McClure, S. S.): 117-128
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