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    Crawdaddy [September 1975] ed. Peter Knobler (Crawdaddy Publishing Company, Inc.)
    Details supplied by René Beaulieu.
    • Time of the Assassins · William Burroughs · cl
    • The Source of the Nile · Paul Williams · cl
    • The Firesign Theather Fun Page · [Various] · ms; mix of short stories, play, satire...
    • Stand Up and Be Comic—Shooting from the Hip with Lenny’s Children · Mark Jacobson · ar
    • The Road Not Taken—Myth, Politics and the Ecstasy of Extinction at Chappaquiddick · David Black · ar
    • Film—Shark Shocks Surfers at the Seashore · Patrick Snyder · mr
    • Books—Adams Rises After “Down” · Elizabeth Stone · br




    Cream [v2 #7, July 1897] (Cream Publishing Co.; Belfast, Maine, 10¢, 22pp, 11½" x 16¼")
    Details supplied by Richard Bleiler.
    • 1-2 · The Minister’s Wife: A Characteristic Story of Thirty Years Ago · Anon. · ss Godey’s Lady’s Book
    • 2 · When Trouble Comes · Anon. · pm (r)
    • 2 · The Mystic Picture · William Wallace Cook · ss (r); Frank Leslie’s.
    • 3 · “A Beggar Asked for Alms Beside the Palace Gate...” · Clarence Hawkes · pm (r)
    • 3-4 · The Tread of Invisible Feet · Anonymous (by Henry Mills Alden) · ss Harper’s Magazine
    • 4 · “When Skies O’er Head Are Threatening Gray...” · Anon. · pm (r)
    • 4-5 · “Pearl of the Headlands” · Anon. · ss Peterson’s Magazine
    • 5 · “If there’s a Deed that You Can Do...” · Anon. · pm (r)
    • 5-6 · The Well in the Rock · Anonymous (by Mrs. R. B. Edson) · ss (r); Ballou’s Magazine.
    • 7 · A Wild Ride: A Thrilling Tale of the Road · Anon. · ss Good Stories
    • 7 · Death · Anon. · pm (r)
    • 7-8 · The Diver’s Story · Anon. · ss Tit-Bits
    • 8 · The Last Fight · Robert Browning · pm (r)
    • 8 · Taps - Lights Out · Robertson Howard, Jr. · ss (r); Northwestern Magazine.
    • 8 · Extraordinary Escape from a Wreck · Anon. · ar (r)
    • 9 · Pine Tree Chips from the Editor’s Axe · Anon. · ed
    • 10-11 · Creamlets. Short-short Stories. Contents:
    • _10 · A Voyage at Dusk · Albert Bigelow Paine · pm (r)
    • _10 · Raggety Bob · Anon. · ss (r); Spokane Review.
    • _10 · An Editor’s Outing · Anon. · ss (r); Bozeman Chronicle.
    • _10 · A New Mining Scheme · Anon. · ss (r); San Francisco Post.
    • _10 · Out of Sight · Anon. · ss New York Journal
    • _10 · Franking for the Boys · Anon. · ss Chicago Times-Herald
    • _10 · A Marine Yarn · Anon. · ss (r); South Bend (WA) Herald.
    • _10 · Moved by a Child’s Plea · Anon. · ss San Francisco Call
    • _10 · He Accepted It as Evidence · Anon. · ss (r)
    • _10 · “Can a Monkey Swim?” · Anon. · ss (r)
    • _10 · It Is Charged to the Doctor · Anon. · ss (r)
    • _10 · The Clerk Was Routed · Anon. · ss (r); Butte (MT) Tribune.
    • _11 · The Sin of Omission · Anon. · pm (r)
    • _11 · Had Him There · Anon. · ss (r)
    • _11 · Why He Didn’t Report · Anon. · ss (r)
    • _11 · Merkle’s Petrified Foot · Anon. · ss The Philadelphia Times
    • _11 · The Ass Saw the Angel · Anon. · ss (r)
    • _11 · “An Elopment” · Anon. · ss (r)
    • _11 · Why He Felt Sore · Anon. · ss (r)
    • _11 · Not Just What He Expected · Anon. · ss (r)
    • _11 · It Was His Second Wife · Anon. · ss (r)
    • _11 · Why He Fought · Anon. · ss (r)
    • _11 · “Biled Clothes” Startled Him · Anon. · ss (r); Canadian Gazette.
    • _11 · Another on the List · Anon. · ss Detroit Free Press
    • _11 · He Was Not Up · Anon. · ss (r)
    • _11 · Liked the Sermon · Anon. · ss (r)
    • 12 · Birth Places of History as I Saw Them · “Tourist” · ar (r)
    • 13 · Pertinent and Peculiar Sayings and Doings with Phunnyisms. Contents:
    • _13 · Low Down Breed · Anon. · hu Boston Courier
    • _13 · A Parisian Joke · Anon. · hu (r)
    • _13 · Her Diary · Anon. · hu Detroit Free Press
    • _13 · General Confession · Anon. · hu Detroit Free Press
    • _13 · Non-Committal · Anon. · hu Detroit Free Press
    • _13 · Parental Solicitude · Anon. · hu (r)
    • _13 · Echo Answered · Anon. · hu (r)
    • _13 · Opinion by an Expert · Anon. · hu (r)
    • _13 · He Couldn’t · Anon. · hu (r)
    • _13 · Young Man and the Gloves · Anon. · hu
    • _13 · Never Liked Them · Anon. · hu Chicago Record
    • _13 · He Paid for the Dough · Anon. · hu (r); Pittsburg News.
    • _13 · Love’s Young Dream · Anon. · hu (r)
    • _13 · Trying One Grave First · Anon. · hu (r)
    • _13 · A Nice Paragraph · Anon. · hu
    • _13 · Phunnyisms · [Misc.] · hu (r); Column of brief jokes.
    • 14 · Hints to Housekeepers · Anon. · ar (r)
    • 14 · The Kitchen: How to Make Twenty Summer Drinks and Eight Kinds of Ice Cream · Anon. · ar (r)
    • 14 · Floriculture · Anon. · ar (r)
    • 15 · A Modern Bethesda, or, Hints from the Doctor. Contents:
    • _15 · Chorea, or St. Vitus Dance · A. P. Reed, M.D. · ar (r)
    • _15 · A Flax-Seed Poultice · Anon. · ar (r)
    • _15 · Keep Your Mouth Shut · Anon. · ar (r)
    • 15 · Gems of Poetry. Two Poems. Contents:
    • _15 · A Scar on the Face · George R. Sims · pm (r)
    • _15 · Unfinished Still · Anon. · pm (r); Apparently anon though long in existence.
    • 16 · Practical Religion, Non-Sectarian · [Misc.] · ms; Verse and anecdotes of a Christian nature.
    • 17 · Heart Throbs, Pathetic Sketches and Poems. Contents:
    • _17 · The Quaker Widow · Bayard Taylor · pm Harper’s New Monthly Magazine Oct 1860, uncredited
    • _17 · Retribution · Anon. · ss (r)
    • _17 · A Brave Boy · Anon. · ss (r)
    • _17 · Killing Time · Anon. · ss (r); Christian Comonwealth.
    • _17 · Nobody Coming To-night · Margaret E. Sangster · pm (r)
    • 18 · “I’ll Ne’er Forget Thee” · Frederick S. Hall · sg (r); (Words and music).
    • 19 · Cream Patterns · Anon. · cl
    • 20-22 · Advertisements · [Misc.] · ms









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